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Literal match making

pile of used books ready to be shipped out to new homes

A happy stack of used, hand-me-down books from Anna's shelf are now on their way to new homes across the country.

I'd guess they're in route to the new processing station in Johnson City this evening.

Sort of feels like playing match maker in a literary sense of the word.

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I think literal match making involves flammable objects and friction. :)
Comment by Maggie Tue Feb 28 17:48:05 2012
You're probably right. :-)
Comment by anna Tue Feb 28 18:47:00 2012
you mean Johnson City TN?
Comment by pamela Wed Feb 29 06:37:09 2012
I can't wait to get the Day Range Poultry book! What a great idea - I will have to try this kind of giveaway on my own blog sometime.
Comment by John Amrhein Wed Feb 29 07:01:45 2012

Pamela --- Yep. That's one of our closest cities (although the mail used to go to Bristol.)

John --- It's sometimes helpful to do one of those typical giveaways where you ask for something in return, but I have to admit that this was more fun. :-)

Comment by anna Wed Feb 29 08:50:27 2012

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime