Or both. I have a small couch that could go, in which case i’d have room for a couple more floor-to-ceiling units (which is about what I need at the moment)…
Granted, it doesn’t always work. My 3 sibs & I grew up in a house full of books, with 2 reading parents, but I’m the only one who turned out to be a hardcore reader, although my kid bro comes close with his lifelong habit of “random reads” though the 1967(?) Encyclopedia Britannia, following various q.v. references in the text. My son taught himself to read when he was around 3, but he doesn’t read much for pleasure. The winners among the younger generations are my 3 book-loving grandnieces, for whom reading time started out as “daddy time” when they were very young.
One of my mom’s favorite activities is reading to little kids. Until the pandemic hit, she read to the 3yos at the local preschool once a week, & she loved going to the library & picking out good books as much as she loved the reading sessions. One of the girls lives across the street from her, & when she sees mom come out to the mailbox, she always asks if “Granny Franny” can come over & read to her.
Ordering coffee is too hard before you’ve had your coffee. You have to be at least partially awake to make such complicated decisions!
5G? In the barrio?
Not at all. (((((HUGGZ))))) & PURRRRRRRRRRZ ♡♡♡♡♡
I saw what you did there.
Louder for everyone in the back (especially @scaeva)! =SQUEEEEEEEEEE!!!=
Neato burrito, peachy keen, b*tchen, & of course AWSUM! 8-)
Neighbors down the street used to have a border collie who loved to herd people down the sidewalk from behind the fence in the side yard. It was a hoot.