And I thought I was the reader in the family!
B.E. came for a visit this weekend and brought her reading material. She finished Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard yesterday. She gave up on Paolini's Eldest, a bit much for a nine-year-old.
Both B.E. and Mila have been fans of the Warrior Cats series for a long time. She quizzed me about the names of some of the cats, and I admitted that I read only a couple of the books and so long ago that I couldn't remember their names off the top of my head. (Yeah, I think I was previewing possible books for Mila at the time--because I don't normally read children's fiction...right?) Anyway, she promised to bring me the first book in the first series, Dawn of the Clans, the next time she comes to visit so I can refresh my memory.
After breakfast this morning, we had breakfast dessert-- a Nutty Buddy each. I should be ashamed, but sometimes the kid has such good ideas.
Ever walk into a room and forget the reason you entered?
I hate it when that happens! Saw this on Ronni Bennet's Time Goes By blog and it explained a lot of things! Now, maybe I'll think a little harder before crossing a doorway.