I was thinking about how to top my reading project next year in 2016. Solution: the great re-read adventure. Revisiting 25 books and seeing what I think of them 5, 10 or many more years later.
Grade Three starts in the morning. Her pencil case is stuffed and backpack is brimming. Why am I nervous?
I bought a GoPro harness for the dog. She tolerates it. But it makes for an awesome dogs-eye perspective for videos. I think we’ll be going to the park for a bit this weekend.
We go away for a couple weeks and a pair of bunnies and a bunch of wasps move into the backyard. Sheesh!
I ran four laps around the park last night, amounting to roughly five klicks, which turned out feeling pretty good. #recovery
I’m still undecided about one thing in the upcoming election: should I mark my ballot with a check-mark or an X?
This morning’s coffee is brought to you by the letter L and the lazy effort to mix up all the little bags of ground coffee with not enough left to make a full pot. Hashtag: #bottomofthebagblend
I (cruelly?) reminded Claire that with the arrival of August, her summer vacation was effectively half over. She shrugged. I guess that’s like a century in kid-time.
According to Canada Post I should expect a parcel containing Exploding Kittens to arrive at my house no later than Wednesday. If that thought alarms you, Google it.
The Twenty-First Century Child’s Rebellion: Find the most annoying show available on Netflix and then binge-watch it on a Sunday morning while their parents are trying to sleep in.
Baylee the Bee, selling a small but steady number of copies, is now available on iBooks for iPhone, too. Check out the link in the sidebar.
…and of course it’s raining. Here I was worried about it being too hot for the race!