As Dog Ears Books closes for the bookseller's annual seasonal retirement, that bookseller sends thanks to all who follow Books in Northport and special thanks to those who buy books at the bookstore on Waukazoo Street. We will re-open in May 2023 for our 30th anniversary year, thanks to you. Have a lovely winter! And if you enjoy this blog, consider sharing the link with friends. The more, the merrier!
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Sunday, December 20, 2009
Sunday Open House
Besides the last-minute reminder to stop in today for last-minute shopping, wrapping on premises, to enjoy a cookie and punch, plus enhanced bookstore ambience provided by Ben Wetherbee's guitar, I really just wanted to put up another image from my Christmas tree. Andy Thomas stopped in late one afternoon as I was photographing the tree and asked, "Are you afraid you'll forget what it looks like?" Well, yes. Not while it's up, but later, when it's no longer there. Every Christmas tree I've ever had has been the prettiest I've ever had, and this one is no exception.
Posted by P. J. Grath at 4:31 AM
Labels: Dog Ears Books, holidays, Northport, trees
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Books, treats, music and on-premises wrapping? How can a person resist? A person cannot.
I agree with you sister - later in life I often do, it was when we were young that I didn't - each of my Christmas trees is wonderful but the current one is always the prettiest.
Deborah and Gerry, I wish you could have been there. (You were there in spirit, I know.) I'll be posting pictures later today, time willing. (???)
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