I’m not even sure in which category to drop this post. The teacher that Lulu is named after was Pony’s second-grade teacher. We had a different name all picked out and after a day in the hospital, we changed it. I don’t even remember why other than a surge of hormones taking over. Or some other such reason.
Anyway, this teacher was wonderful. She had a little boy of her own about two years old. She was a working mother like we all were … struggling to get by. We would often talk and give each other parental advice. What we shared in common was a LOVE of reading. She would often say books are worth more than gold.
I wholeheartedly concur. However Pony and I are the only readers in the family. Wise now too. But Lulu and Billy Bob haven’t touched a book just because in years. Anyway one man’s trash is another man’s treasure as they say.
Since I finished my library book a less than 24 hours, I went back to return it and get some more. A kid in a candy store. I can never decide. I’ve always had a very eclectic taste which makes deciding that much more difficult. If liked but a single genre, it might be easy.
Anyway today I went with a non-fiction biography, a self-help, and a fictional story but based on real life disease of Huntington’s. I actually know a lady in real life whose husband and both of her boys have the dreaded disease. What she went through was unbelievable. It is simply amazing that she was able to power through day after day. We’ve lost touch over the last five years or so and I often wonder how things are going (if they are still going).
So here’s what is on tap for my reading leisure.
As always, more to come.