Zip, Zap, Zoom
Currently on Loan from the Library:
Nothing. Nada. Not a durn thing.
Other Books I’m Reading:
The Johnstown Flood by David McCullough
So here is the sad truth about my life. Sometimes I don’t have time to read. The Dana Stabenow book was shaping up into a very good read when I had to return it to the library. I didn’t even have time to crack the DeMille book. That’s how busy I’ve been. Worse than that, I don’t have any new knitting to post. Because I haven’t been knitting either. That is how busy I’ve been. I’ve hardly done either of my two favorite things in about two weeks.
Instead of a post about reading today, I will supplement it with quotes from my children.
In answer to the question “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
B: “A doctor, a teacher, an astronaut, a firefighter, and a pastor on the weekends.”
G: “A knitter. And I want to drive bus.”
On seeing red cars in the parking lot.
Me: “No, Nissan.”
G: “Oh. Nissan. Ferrari!”
Me: “No. Ford.”
G: “Oh. Ford. Ferrari!”
Me: “No. Toyota.”
G: “Mommy, need Ferrari!”
B: “Where are you going?”
Me: “To knitting.”
B: “Oh, can I come?”
Me: “Do you knit?”
B: “No, but I drink milk at the coffee shop.”
G: “Go stand in the corner.”
B: “Mom! G’s trying to give me a time out.”
Me: “Well, you don’t have to go. He’s not your parent.”
G: “Go stand in the corner now.”
B: “But Mom.”
Me: “Just ignore him.”
B: “You can’t tell me to stand in the corner.”
G: (big grin). “Go stand in the corner.”
(I did put an end to it at that point.)
Now off to the Library.