“It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.” Confucius
Zilch, Zero, Nada, Zippo, Null, Nothing: that’s the number of posts we put out last week. We’re impressive, aren’t we? The sad truth is we’re all work and not nearly enough play these days. Boo Hoo. I told Rachel I’d have this post written yesterday—right after I admitted, “I don’t know what my problem is.” To which she perfectly replied, “whatever your problem it is, I’ve got it too.” We laughed and life felt immediately better.
So today I’m writing to say don’t give up on us readers. (I can use a plural there, right?) We love to write. And we love to read. But we have children who have to eat. And fill their heads with college dreams. Not to mention, I worked half a dozen hours to buy my birthday boy a Razor Ground Force Drifter to effectively blow his 9-year-old mind! Should be good folks. Should be good.
Rest assured, you’ll be hearing from us this week. Here’s what you’re in store for: Rachel will review The War that Saved my Life and The Princess Bride because she’s on fire like that. And I’ll be sure to gush over Wolf Hollow. My boys and I have nearly finished reading The BFG—just in time to head to the drive-inn to watch Roald Dahl’s creativity on a giant screen under a sky full of stars. That’s a lot to look forward to I know. Should be good.