Inspired by my recent reading of “Wicked” the musical, my yearning to see “Oz: the Great and Powerful” and my birthstone (which happens to be emerald)
My son will be 3 years old in June, and I love the fact that he’s into reading. A day usually doesn’t go by without him asking me or his mom to sit down and read a book with him.
During all those reading sessions, I’ve learned that he’s an imaginative little guy.
So I decided to put that imagination to use and see what he thinks about the books I read, not just the books about Elmo and Thomas The Train and Lightning McQueen.
So I grabbed a bunch of classic books, got him to sit in my lap, showed him the cover of each book, and then asked him one question: “What do you think this book is about?”
He took it from there:
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So as I was preparing for my second post this week, a major milestone hit via YouTube . . . The Backstreet Boys celebrated their 20th Anniversary in the music business.
Naturally, I felt insanely old because I had and have been a fan since middle school (yes, guys, I love a boy band and I’m an adult. Ask your parents about BSB).
Then a flood of memories hit me as I watched the group’s Anniversary video on YouTube.