Visit to the bookshop

I always loved bookshops and libraries. I grew up in a family where reading was mandatory and my parents were doing everything possible to find good books therefore I had a huge library at home. 

My grandmother worked as a teacher from 7am-2pm and from 2pm-6pm she was taking care of the city’s library and my mother (a kindergarten teacher) “inherited” the after hours librarian position so I had the chance to be around books since I was a child. I liked the quietness of that huge space not only for reading but most of all for having a “different” play ground. I loved playing around, tip toeing and climbing the gigantic shelves. As a child I was fascinated by Atlases and I spent hours browsing through them, learning about animals, paintings and engines. Growing up my passion for libraries and bookstores didn’t diminish although for my evening reading, in Timisoara, I traded the bookstore uncomfortable chairs with the coziness of the Starbucks armchairs.

With the relocation to the US I discovered Barnes & Noble. Its cold environment is diminished by the variety of the books. I like spending time there, browsing through books, checking out the new authors and getting used to the writing in English. The only downside of my weekly visit there is that I always end up buying more books than the few I intended.

So this is my outfit at my Saturday visit to the Bookstore

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Bookstore

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Bookstore

Bookstore

Bookstore

 

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