Five girls in a bed and the little one said, “Roll over! Roll Over!”
Then the daddy left for work, and the mother said, “Move over! Fill Dad’s spot!”
So they all rolled over and slept a while longer, then mother snapped a selfie and…
Self-analysis dictates that sleeping six (or seven) in a bed, no matter the bed size, is damaging to the health and alternative arrangements should be made, whether or not the kids have bad dreams, sugar ants on their pillowcases or pets munching scattered toys and food to keep children from sleeping all night.
Is my granddaughter looking down a rabbit hole? I fear not. Maybe it is an opening to a fox’s den. I’m no expert. There was actually another, almost identical hole on the other side of this giant tree in a seemingly forsaken graveyard overgrown in weeds and thistles, but my granddaughter did not care which end of the hole it was—the entrance or the exit. Look! She is so close she’s almost in it! Isn’t the curiosity of children amazing? Another outstanding characteristic of kids seems to be their lack of fear.
Way back on September 16th the Blogging 101 class was challenged to write to a specific reader. Who else could I possibly write to but you? What might I tell you that you don’t already know? Maybe there are some bits of news and maybe the occasional photo to let you see what I see.
You know I am not a photographer, because photographs have to come from cameras and I have no idea how to operate those. But occasionally there will be something to share and chat about. Maybe I can con your dad into taking a picture for you. One such video clip came from almost 16 years ago. It is an MP3 video of our baby Hannah, just learning to stand alone and walk.
Then of course the projects and the questions I might have about those. From time to time you might like to see what is happening to my quilts or crochet. Those have been encouraging in the past. Remember this one? It was supposed to be a scrappy quilt for a new baby girl and it grew, and grew, and grew…
But most often I will share my searching studies—both new topics and old. You search the word and so do I, until we both come to the unity of the faith.