Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Read to Them

It is one of the few things they will take wherever they go.   Most of the toys will be left behind, but the stories, they will have forever.   

(Fun and Buff on a trail in Point Pelee National Park, Canada)


bj said...

I so agree !!
Thanks for following along with me. I am following you, too. :)

NanaDiana said...

I found you by backlinking. I am your newest follower and will put you on my sidebar- Love the reading message here today-

oh Do you know you have double word verification on? If you want to take it off let me know and I can shoot you instructions on how to do that. xo Diana

Stacy said...

Yes, they will remember the stories for years to come :)

Julia said...

I agree, read to them. It's way better than sitting in front of the TV.


Dolores said...

Such a sweet picture and great thoughts...so true!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Wow. Isn't that the truth!

Hope that you are having a great weekend.

Kathy M.

Terra said...

Oh, and this photo is fabulous with the books, family photo and that pretty dog toy.

Cheryl said...

When my daughter was little... I had her read to me while I drove her to school... you should read to "old" people too. *wink*
big hugs,

Decadent Housewife said...

Welcome and thank you all for your kind words and popping by.

NanaD, I pm'd you about fixing the double word verification.

Ah, Cheryl, you are. so. right.

Trish :)

Anonymous said...

Reading is a enjoyable pastime that I think many people have let slide by the wayside.



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