100 Happy Days: 18

I became aware of the Little Free Library project when a nine-year-old boy in Kansas was ordered to remove his from his front lawn because the city called it an “illegal structure.” Yeah, you don’t want people to encourage reading or to share books–that shit leads to thinking! And thinking…who knows where that might lead?

Check out the link above to learn more about the Little Free Library program. Recently, while driving through one of Houston’s neighborhoods, I spotted my first Little Free Library. I think it’s a wonderful idea, especially in areas with a lot of kids and foot traffic. (Except for those places where someone will run outside brandishing a cane and yelling, “You! Kids! Off my lawn!” Or where five overwrought dogs don’t exactly make the best welcome committee, not that I know anything about that personally.)

Today I managed to get a photo of the LFL with my cell phone, and that made me happy.


7 thoughts on “100 Happy Days: 18”

  1. Ain’t no reedin’ folk in this here Cansass ;).

    Now, I really want a red phone booth or a blue police box :).

    1. I responded to this and my response vanished. I think there’s a conspiracy afoot, since I mentioned park rangers and disgraced policemen.

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