Books from the Library Shelf

 

Huber Heights Library is part of Greater Dayton Metro library system and is my go to place for the summer — plus it is just across the street from Saint Peter and right down the strip mall from the Heights Cafe (three stops, one trip) — on any given weekday morning all three doth equally improve my spiritual, physical and mental zone. A nice way to begin a day, for sure. 

 

So — first stop is, of course Saint Peter for a 6:30 or 8:30 am mass for some spiritual nourishment. Then I trot over to the Heights Cafe for physical nourishment. A cup of coffee and perhaps a croissant. They serve their coffee in a massive coffee cup — I never need a refill, the cups that big!

Really cute cafe — good coffee, not so good food — it is, however, a nice little cafe with quaint ambiance where you can pick a book off their bookshelves to browse through before you either replace it back on the shelf or buy it. 

When the library opens, and after I’ve finish sipping that huge cup of coffee down to the last drop, I walk the few steps from the cafe to the library — where I meander around and pick up a few books that interest me at the moment. They’ll let me take out 50 at a time! I never have but knowing I can check out as many is nice to know, especially nice for a writer doing research, trust me on this one :)

After my morning Joe (and maybe a croissant) I walk the few steps from the cafe to the library — where I meander around and pick up a few books that interest me at the moment. They’ll let me take out 50 at a time! I don’t but I could if I want to which is nice for a writer doing research, trust me on this one :)

This is the most wonderful way to begin a summer day in Huber.  Home means tending a huge garden, which is done on most mornings, or other chores (housework, canning, sewing, etc.) so the days I venture to daily mass, then the cafe and onto the library is — of all the days of the week — my most favorite days of the week. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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