A Little Like the Empty Plate Issue

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For me, it’s been a little like breaking the habit of finishing all the food I’ve been served at supper, imposed by my waste-not-want-not, depression-era parents. I’m getting much better at both, although with books, it’s more a matter of abandonment by neglect as they can sit on my bedside table for a very long time before I finally admit that I’m probably not going to finish them.

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2 responses to “A Little Like the Empty Plate Issue

  1. I’m very dependent on shared reading, so I sometimes only get a chapter or two and am left for eternity wondering what happened.

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