This photograph is dedicated to Bobby, my brother (aka Fundamental Jelly) who as a child would stay up until the wee hours of the night reading! He is still that way today…some things never change!
Filed under Books, Reading
So sweet…you two are adorable!
I haven’t been a successful sneaky-child-night-reader. My parents have always had an incredible knack for knowing exactly what I was up to, and sabotaging my plans!
However, I must add, I am proud of my long drawn valiant efforts and I never ceased trying:)
Cute!!! Good for you “Valiant” one! Bobby on the other hand was the quintessential stealth reader!
He was so funny as a kid! Bobby was weird science and suffer dude all mixed together….What a combo!
I read under the blankets too. I will still stay up all night but I’ve changed from reading to writing.
Bobby’s so cute. I can hear him groaning from here!
Bobby was the cutest little boy I’ve ever seen…no joke!
He’s still cute. He’s just… bigger now.
I better stop before he hunts me down and I end up as a science project.
I turn my back, away for less than a week, and already I am abundantly behind, following you! Although no complaint, all these trees in the forest you invoke.
Another wonderful image here. I might ask your source for all you present, but maybe for now, I don’t want to know. Keep the mystery for just a little while. By whomever’s thumb I am impressed, delighted and inspired, all.
As child I myself went so far as to have a secret box of night time ingredients, including flashlight to read by, tucked under the head of my bed. Drawn then by string over the head railing frame and into my hands. Suppose, as a child does, I thought I was fooling someone!
Thanks for your magic wand!
Thank you for sharing Neil…that’s so cute about you as a child! I can see that in my head! Isn’t that you as a child on your “About” page? Really really sweet!
Yea, pretty shameless huh! Thanks Vicki!
“Shameless” no…adorable yes!
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