Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Laughter...

Today, I was working in the school room and I heard lovely giggling from the living room. I figured that Nate was playing with a sibling, or watching something on TV. I went in and found him sitting with a Calvin and Hobbes book, just laughing and laughing... Sweet. I was even able to snap his picture before he realized it. I remember how much I loved those kinds of humorous books when I was a kid, but my books were Charlie Brown. All of my kids like those comic strip books and they will often get their colored pencils out and choose their favorite to color.
Have I told you about my new freezer? It's quite a super story, but I'll save it until I can put a picture with it.... I will say that I'm working on getting it filled up. How crazy is it that I can be so excited about a new freezer! I'm old.

5 comments:

Jerri Dalrymple said...

YOU are NOT old!!! I'm EXCITED about seeing your new freezer.
:0)

Shan said...

Grahm has recently discovered Jamey's old Calvin and Hobbs books too and he eats them up as well!!! I had almost the very same moment the other day when I saw him in his room with his reading light on cozied up with a giant book of C and H giggling aloud! Did you just want to freeze time right then and there? Well I guess you actually did with the camera. Mine was too far away and I was too lazy to get it.

And I would totally expect freezer excitement from you. You've got big $$ saving plans in store and that thing is going to take you there!!! :) Bulk food here she comes!!

Sun-Kissed Savages said...

What a sweet picture! Your kids have amazing hair!! :-)

I get excited about being able to stock up my freezer, too. Nothing wrong with a little joy over frozen veggies!!

Mrs Smiley Joe said...

Calvin and Hobbes are still my favorite and provoke giggles in me too. I can't wait for my little guys to discover the mischievous duo. Well, ya, I can wait for it...They might be inspired!

Clare said...

I was more than ecstatic about getting my water softener, so I totally understand the freezer enthusiasm. i just like to think that we are easy to please!