Saturday morning Amara, Grampy and I were sitting around my computer watching old videos of Amara. One of them was titled “The Shake Dance”. Grampy made the video the first time that Amara and I made glow in the dark chalk. The reason for the video’s title was that you were required to shake the Read the Rest
I took Amara to school the other morning. On our way there, I asked her what she thought we should have for dessert on Sunday when her friend Fred and his parents come to visit. They live in Oklahoma now but still have a home here in California that they visit a few times a Read the Rest
The phone rang the other morning and it was Jenna. It is usually Jenna and I do consider myself lucky that my daughter want to call me all the time. It wasn’t always that way. “Do you want to go to a Popsicle Party with Amara’s class?” Well of course, I want to go. Who Read the Rest
Amara’s school has a music program for 3rd graders now. They all started by learning to play the recorder this year. Next year they get to pick an instrument! This was their first concert and it was nothing short of amazing. 150+ 3rd graders on stage playing together and they sounded very good! They had Read the Rest
As an FYI, the book True Grit was written by Grampy’s cousin — Charles Portis.