L had to find a guide book and a French/English dictionary to be ready for next week. I had an Earth Fare coupon for a 4 lb bag of Valencias. Conveniently, the bags of oranges were right there at the door to the right as we entered. So that was that.
However, the scent of freshly fried bacon was in the air, and L was directed by it to the breakfast bar, which contained four or five white-paper-wrapped bacon, egg and cheese bagels. How could we resist? Upon unwrapping one, we were treated to thick-cut bacon (and plenty of it), real scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese. On a real (for these parts) bagel. Delicious. So big, we shared one.
Thus fortified, we headed to B&N for the above-mentioned books, and then I dropped L at New Moon so that she could meet a h/s friend.
After that, I headed to the library, where I found that The Middlesteins was still on the shelves, probably because it was shelved in the stacks and not with the New Books.
I didn't particularly care for The Kept Man, but this got such a good review, that I'm looking forward to it.
A perusal down the New Books shelves brought this to my attention:
Care of Wooden Floors. I'm hoping I like it enough to finish
The newest Ina was also on display.
And Mrs. Pringle of Fairacre, by Miss Read was also a New Book, surprisingly enough. Always, as Kirkus Reviews says, "a soothing oasis of tidy living for the frazzled reader weary of an untidy world."
So far, a calm, productive, satisfying day