This morning our son, who is 12, was in his room. Every so often he would laugh, a particular giggle he has when something he’s reading strikes him as funny. He’s a voracious reader, will devour a 300+ page book in a day. It’s a challenge to keep track of what he’s into, and what he has already read. With Christmas coming, these issues are important. He read on and on, several hours, giggling. I had to find out at what. He wasn’t reading a book. He was scrolling through his iPod touch, which we purchased to help him keep organized.
“What are you reading? I asked
“Your blog. The Interpreter Stories.”
I had never expected my children to read them.
Maybe I’ll have to write some more.
More of the shorter, funnier ones.
In the meantime, here is the Alex Fraser Bridge: