She wrings her hands and cackles: “Yesssss, she played right into my hands with this week’s black-and-white challenge. Little does Cee Neuner know, but our house is stuffed to the gills with things piled and stacked. It was just a matter of choosing which stacks!”
Let’s start with the bedroom shelves. Every one of these has been read, some many times. And this is only half, since they are stacked two-deep on the shelves!
Next, to my dresser.
Then, down the hall.
This is one of Hubby’s shelves, and it’s only a small portion. Do you get the idea that, perhaps, we like to read?
Spotted at the Asian grocery store.
And this last one actually looks old in its black-and-white version. The rickyard at the Jack Daniels Distillery has been operation for over 100 years, and I’m betting those stacked piles of sugar maple haven’t changed much-they still flavor the distinctive whiskey produced there.
Here’s the Link to Cee’s Original Post.
3 thoughts on “CBWC: Piled or Stacked”
You missed my masterpieces, the manga stacks.
Wow, that’s a lot of Outlander books.
That’s all of them. I ignored them for years, just because they were so popular, but once I read the first one, I was totally hooked. Gabaldon really does her research, and I have not yet caught her in an anachronism. And I have learned about some things from the Revolutionary period in America that I did not know about, like the “wars of the Regulation” in the southern colonies.