What do you collect?
If you read Monday's post, then you know that I collect snow people and bunnies. I also collect books, far too many of them, and even though I buy fewer books than I used to, I can't resist scanning the shelves of our local library's Friends of the Library Book Sale. Recently, I found Anxious People by Fredrik Backman, our book club's read for April. And the cost? A mere $2! When I finish reading it, I'll donate it to one of the Little Free Libraries I frequent.
But my favorite thing to collect is words! I have several blank books that I've used to collect inspiring words and some of those words come from fellow slicers. My favorite book is one that I won as part of the 2014 SOL Writing Challenge. It's a handmade book from fellow slicer, Girl Griot who blogs at If you want kin, your must plant kin. (I saw her at our Zoom slicer gathering this past Sunday morning. If you can sign up for the next one, you should! It's a delight to meet other slicers and see faces to go with blog names.)
In order of their appearance in the book: