Two weeks ago, my fiance – it still gives me the giggling butterflies… fiance… fiance… more giggling butterflies…
Anyway, Dandelion Soup dude and I went to a book store on a Sunday afternoon cause nothing makes us happier than books, being the big Library Mice* we both are and all.
Way too soon, we heard the closing announcement on the PA and on our way out the store, we stumbled upon this table:
With great delight, we found many excellent books on Mental Health. I haven’t read the Silver Linings Playbook but I did see the movie and I really liked it. You can read my review here. They have books on self-help and books about personal stories. Really cool to see our local bookstore is committed to Mental Health Awareness.
Then I looked at the book the fiance had in his hands, “loving someone with PTSD”. Since I have PTSD, he was very interested in that one. When he put it back on the display table, I realized it was right beside the “loving someone with attention deficit disorder”. Since I have that too, I couldn’t help but have a good chuckle and then take a picture of them:
Since the store was closing and all, we didn’t have to get any of them but naturally, we have to go back to the store at some point and get them and maybe a few others too.
Other than writing this post, I have been too busy being happy to do any thing else regarding Mental Health Awareness Month. But I still have half a month to go, right? We’ll see what else I can come up with 🙂
* I know the English expression is “bookworm” but I much prefer the Spanish one, library mouse (raton de biblioteca).
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