I took home – to my husband – a couple of books that I had arrived for him – after I had put them on hold. A few days later, another one arrived. So, I reluctantly took it home as well. I say reluctantly because he would have to be considered a “slow” reader – at best. I consider myself a fairly fast reader – I probably read 15 books to his 1, so when I had these three titles I knew there was going to be a quandary. I showed him the 3rd book and he said “I’m so excited; I don’t know what to read first!” I told him that he had to make a decision because there were waiting lists on all three books and at that point I had to chuckle at what he said because when we first started dating – do people even say that anymore? – some 26/27 years ago, I asked him what he wanted me to bring him home to read and he responded with – “I don’t read”. I stared at him with a look of sheer horror and said, “You don’t read – how is that even possible?” So, I just started bring home sports books and magazines that I thought he would be interested in and I must say it took quite a while – but I persevered and finally he started picking the odd one up and looking at it – and eventually he actually read one! He will never be a voracious reader but now he even asks me for titles to be put on hold for him that he has heard about or he has seen in magazines! Long gone are the days when he said “I don’t read” and Thank Goodness for that. I can’t imagine going through life with someone who did not read. Patience is truly a virtue!