This is how I actually think because I’m insane.
But if a massive earthquake hit how would you charge the kindle?
The battery usually lasts for weeks, so I’d just have to hope that I have a full charge!
If you read as much as me and love your Kindle, then keeping it on a full charge is almost impossible! Great comic strips though, love the blog 🙂
I, too, think that way. I actually have a paperback AND my Kindle currently residing in my purse.
That’s some good forward thinking!
We all go to the twilight zone, fortunately most of us come back.
Please explain how this is not right. 🙂
There’s another thought process go to through?
“to go through”
I am very tired, and need to read more.
I must be tired too because I read that in the right order the first time, haha.
My wife does this but with actual books so she is always complaining that her purse isn’t the right size for whatever book she is reading at the time. It’s not totally insane as I tried to stuff Feast for Crows into my pocket the other day before realizing there was no way it would fit.
I think your insistence on bringing something to read is a sign of wisdom, not insanity. Because that’s what I do, too.
I prefer “prepared”.
I feel the same. I never quite know whether I should bring something…..but I always think of it as a weapon. What if someone attacks me….if I carry it like this -, it can be a weapon…Ok I’ll bring it
Yes. This is a thing that I do. Also, the Kindle is an excellent way for me to not talk to people awkwardly. It is the best line of defense.
I know what you mean, sometimes I put on ear buds even if I’m not listening to music.
There is usually a book in my purse. If I had a Kindle it would go with me everywhere. The only Kindle in the house currently resides with my husband and I would have to wrestle him for it.
Same here. I usually bring my reader with me to fight boredom or browse on my current books. 😛 I’m using Kobo though, not Kindle. 😀 😀
Yup. A bag full of Just In Case stuff is why my right shoulder is lower. But at least the deep groove in my shoulder stops my bag falling off. 🙂
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