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Monday, September 21, 2009

What Are You Reading? / Playdate Pics


Hosted by J. Kaye's Book Blog - we're to list the books we've read, what we are currently reading and what we plan to read this week.


1776 ~ David McCullough
Running with Scissors ~ Augusten Burroughs. My Review

Currently reading:

To Kill A Mockingbird ~ Harper Lee

Plan to read:

Pride and Prejudice ~ Jane Austen
Redeeming Love ~ Francine Rivers
Little Bird of Heaven ~ Joyce Carol Oates


Yesterday I took the "girls" to a playdate at Happy Dog Spot. KC was so funny. She would go find a toy, set it in the middle of the tunnel, find another one, and just kept doing that. It's like, "maybe if I put them here no one else can find them."

KC! You're supposed to go through the tunnel, not under it!

What's the hold up here?

Okay, just give me the treat...I'm not going over this fence.

Hmm...can someone get that ball for me?

Sports/Eric Stuff: The other day we went to Taylor's football game. The principal of the high school AND the superintendant came over to Eric and said something about wanting him to go to school there. I don't know if they realize we moved and that Eric goes to a private school because of that, or what. The new principal doesn't even know Eric, but I was told he is a huge sports fan and probably saw how tall Eric is and asked about him. Then to make matters worse, the basketball coach came up to Eric and begged him to come back and play for him. Apparently they only have 5 returning players and they are especially desperate for height. The coach sat by me the entire football game and talked about how we could get Eric to go there. I feel bad for him, but it's not about sports. (It isn't?) Just kidding. Not only is Eric getting a great education at his school, but he will get so much more exposure, basketball-wise, where he is because it's such a big school and extremely competitive in sports.


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