Some people are addicted to chocolate (like me). Some are addicted to computer games (not like me). Some are addicted to books...and, unfortunately, some people, like me, follow through on that addiction and buy lots of books.
How is this bad? you ask. That's easy: have you ever tried to move your book collection? If the majority of your moving boxes contain books, this is probably a bad sign.
I'd like to blame the CFI discounted books store for the bulk of my collection, but the truth is that most of my books just gravitated to me from elsewhere in the universe. I don't know how it happens, but I swear they just show up in my living room. Novels, reference books, health and weight loss books, old school books; they are all combining to make the move to St. George seem impossible.
I'm sure most of you are thinking "Well duh, Kammi, DI most of them." I can't do that! It would be like chopping off a finger. Besides, many of them came from the DI anyway, and so giving them back to the DI would be self-defeating.
So here I sit, facing ten boxes of books (too heavy to lift) and another bookshelf to empty before I go. And somewhere in-between packing books, cleaning, taking the LSAT (Monday! I'm in a panic), and leaving CFI, I've got to find a way to pack the rest of the house.
Maybe I'll leave everything else behind and just take my books...