Wednesday, April 8, 2015
remarkable collection of read-aloud strategies to help children (or illiterate adults) become lifelong readers. Perfect for parents, teachers or anyone that enjoys reading books aloud.
WATCHING: This trailer for a new Joan Didion documentary. Have you read any of her work? Also, our Wednesday night P&P group has moved on to watching THE BEST Sense and Sensibility movie that I can quote verbatim. I try to restrain myself.
EATING: Lots of salad. I set my intention to have one salad a day for a meal during the month of April.
ENJOYING: Daily outdoor walks. Part two of my April goal was to take one 30-45 minute walk outside every day. After one week my stamina is stronger and my outlook is sunnier.
MAKING: Space in our outdoor garden beds for perennials. But first, eradicating those pesky weeds.
SAVING FOR: These stacking kid chairs!
LISTENING TO: This powerful truth.
REMEMBERING: My dad.
EXCITED FOR: A certain one-year-old's birthday party. It's not too early to start planning, right?
image: shuttered, but still shining building located in St. Louis, MO.