Let’s tell stories. Children, read to your parents. Parents, read to your children and to each other. Friends, siblings, take turns reading as the rest of you listen. With book in hand, (or eBook on phone or tablet or laptop), gather under a tree, around a campfire or at the kitchen table – such stories…… Continue reading Tell Me A Story.
I mentioned elsewhere that I would pop the occasional knitting post in this blog. I have been working on the Hitchhiker (below) while listening to Healer by Carol Wiley Cassella, as narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. I’m nearly done with the book but thought I would mention a little about it now. Physician Clare lives in…… Continue reading Hitchhiker and Healer
Many of us are at home right now, and most likely we aren’t going anywhere. We probably aren’t going to the library, both because we are practicing social distancing and because THE LIBRARIES ARE CLOSED. What is happening? (OK, I’m only a little serious here. Not all libraries are closed – but some are, and…… Continue reading The library is always open!