i would love another cup of this coffee, if it isn't any trouble.
some kids stacked these rocks at lake alice. they were a sweet family of 6- ma and dad on the bench, two teenagers, two littler brothers searching for stones.
people *do* use payphones. huh. i was probably the last of my pals to get a cel phone. until then, i knew where all the best pay phones were throughout my portion of the city.
We went out for groceries earlier today, and Theo was trying to get in his last few seconds of playing before making the errands run. I was trying to hustle him up, "Bye, Theo." His response made me laugh, and reminded me just how smart and sensitive and sponge-like he is: "Bye? Bye? Did you say 'bye', Mommy?" Me: "Yep. Lets go now." T: "Don't say 'Bye' Mommy. That's sassy."
It was sassy. This kid makes me chuckle all day long. With all the back-to-school talk, I am starting to get anxious for Theo's first day. We only have 728 days til he starts kindergarten. I'm not trying to be sassy. I was actually finding myself with leaking eyes and a lump in my throat thinking of the day he leaves me for the wild world. And Judah is just changing so much day to day...gulp. Suvi won't be allowed leaving. Thank you very much. I hope she'll take me to the fair when I am 76, she'll be in her 40's...I hope she lets me eat the cheese curds. Salty, piping hot cheese curds.