Chapter Four, Book Three.
Lucy and George, I had hoped to give you another lesson the other day, but “sometimes life gets in the way as we are making all our plans.” Babysitting for you both, supporting nephews and nieces and their needs, taking Mom to the Doctors; we do what we need to do in the real world first, then work on our other online activities and interests. We are family and we help each other.
When George was here the other day, we bowled, played football, baseball, golf, read books, used coloring books, sang, danced, and threw rocks in the water. And we laughed. All within an hour after breakfast. (I sure needed a nap by lunchtime, even if he didn’t.)
In your quest for improving yourself, allow me to propose a few thoughts.
The Boston Globe can’t get enough readers to stay solvent
Mine that Birdreminds us to go for our impossible dreams
Swine flu follows the rules of compound growth
Jack Kemp led by example on and off the field
Libera and Joni Tada inspire showing age or disability has no power over the indomitable spirit
The Sound of Music gives us a lesson on culture, spontaneity, exercise, and marketing