Comments: 15
BrokenTune 1 month ago
This all looks amazing!
Murder by Death 1 month ago
Even the mess that is currently my library? ;) XD
BrokenTune 1 month ago
Especially the mess of a library. It just looks lived-in, which is what a library should be.
Rachel's books 1 month ago
Nice! And Happy (very) Be-lated Birthday!!
Murder by Death 1 month ago
Thanks Rachel. :)
Escape from the ER 1 month ago
Awesome gift & amazing library!
Murder by Death 1 month ago
Aw, thanks for the library compliment; I agree it was an awesome present. :)
Wow ! First your hubster rocks ! And those bookshelves WOW ! How do you get to the top ones ? Do you have one of those rolling ladders ?
Murder by Death 1 month ago
No, but it's on the list! Right now, since we're still installing them, we've been using the blue ladder in the picture, and we have a step stool that gets me to the next to the last top shelf, if I stretch. Once we're finished, I'll be looking for an old ladder - either one that goes on the bar, or a folding one that looks really cool.

And yeah, he really does rock. :D
Elentarri's Book Blog 1 month ago
Happy belated birthday! Nice shelves! And AWESOME Hubby!!
Murder by Death 1 month ago
Thanks Elentarri. XD

(must keep hubby from logging into BL for awhile, lest this all go to his head. :D)
Obsidian Blue 1 month ago
Happy belated birthday! The shelves look great!
Happy belated birthday! Your IT work story almost makes me miss my previous job in what sounds like a similar role. "I know I completely shattered the screen on my iPad but do you think I can have it back tomorrow? I have math homework that's due."
Murder by Death 1 month ago
What we get the most of is kids coming in with iPads they've managed to de-link from our proxy server, which requires us to wipe the iPad clean and re-install. We tell them that and they're all ok, yeah, that's fine. Then come back 5 minutes later asking where all their files went.
Fortunately, that problem was beyond my services. I was more or less just the middle person. If I couldn't fix the problem, it went to the person who could.