Friday, May 06, 2011

Ever-Changing Panorama Of Life

...Now above the kitchen door at Roseholme Cottage!
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Um, I may have added some steps at each end....

P.S., that's not all that's above the door -- "Shiras, Wilmar" through "Simak, Clifford" is up there, too.

13 comments:

RobertSlaughter said...

Love the figures in the progression. And i admire your book collection.

Ed Rasimus said...

You've got your books organized by author? That's OCD where I come from.

Roberta X said...

I like to have them in alphabetical order, Ed; that way I can find what I'm looking for.

At my best(??) they were in alphabetical order and by copyright date if I had more than one book by he author. I stopped doing that and the last two times I have moved, it has taken years to get 'em unboxed and shelved -- at the old place, my ex was not very keen on the notion and the library never did really get done until he Xed himself.

Guffaw in AZ said...

Excellent!
(although, initially I read this as the Ever-Changing Paranoia of Life)
I'm tired. gfa

Hat Trick said...

Is that supposed to be Darwin with the white beard?

Loose Gravel said...

And I thought I was the only person geeky enough to have my Evolving Darwin Playset proudly displayed, and you did it a few better. I bow to you, Alpha Geekette.

Charles Pergiel said...

Viva Evolution!

Roberta X said...

Hat Trrick: It is indeed supposed to be Darwin. They all have similar hairlines, though. Even the green amphibian has a human-looking face!

Loose Gravel: I had it on my wish list for a long time and one day it struck me the whole thing could be give a science-fiction twist -- though I am giving thought to adding a giant cockroach at the far right. ;)

Charles: noticed the hat, did you? ;)

Brian J. said...

I only own one of those books.

What is wrong with me?

Roberta X said...

Insufficient books?

Old Grouch said...

Insufficient books

A condition curable only by death.
;)

BobG said...

I think I've read everything of Simak's several times; first started reading him when I was around ten or eleven.

Brian J. said...

I am not sure anyone has ever accused me of having too few books before.