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We had two of our grandchildren over for a sleepover last night. The first person I saw was five-year-old Chase, who wanted to make a painting. I asked him who the two people were in his artwork, sitting on a … Continue reading
“Mom, As a reward for graduating college I’m going to go to Italy.” “Um…by yourself??” “Well, I tried to get a couple friends to go, but that fell through…so…yeah.” “Can I go??” “Really? You’d go with me?” “Well, I wouldn’t … Continue reading
My dad was a hero to five-year-old me. He is still my hero today. This is one of my favorite photos of him as a young heartthrob in the Fifties. Despite dropping out of high school before graduating, my dad … Continue reading
Here’s my pt. 2 of the Cliffhanger: the solution is my contribution to the Daily Post: Roy G. Biv My favorite games are scrabble and Bananagrams. Whenever the family gets together, I have to coax someone away from Settlers of … Continue reading
My children and grandchildren are a great source of my joy.
Downloaded Mango to my phone to begin my study of German. “Guten Tag!”
My “aha!” moment was actually one that came to my daughter, but I feel I was a part of it so can share it here. She was a junior in high school and working on her science project, which had … Continue reading
“Toys?? What are toys?” Who needs toys when you have One box and One very creative child! http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/photo-challenge-one/
So what would you expect from a librarian?! The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, is a favorite because of its many layers of meaning. On the surface (it’s even shelved in the “Juvenile” section of the library) it is … Continue reading