• Beth

    What did Harry Reid say about knitting? Does he knit? Do you? (Hahahaha.) Inquiring knitters want to know.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gail.burgesswix Gail Burgess Wix

    being of your mother’s generation, you had me laughing hysterically. Leta is such a sweetheart.

  • Josey

    I wish I could be a fly on the wall at your parent’s house when they’re reading your latest posts. :)

  • http://www.londonscarves.com/ London Scarves Wholesaler Shop

    What a warm story it is! It is so simple, at the moment I feel sad and guilty. My grandma died 2 years ago, the last minute I saw her she couldn’t recognize me. I am far away from my parents. I am always busy for my life. Sometimes when I sit down, I feel I miss many things in my life. When I passed home, I didn’t stop to go home, just passed and continued my work. How many times my parents and grandma told me, please came home, we missed you. And my answer always I was busy, I couldn’t go home. Now everything seems to be changed, my grandma passed away, my parents far away from me.

  • Jen Wilson

    Hahahaha!! Oh my, that is hilarious. I think my eldest would react the same way. I love that you tease your parents in your posts. My mother is much too sensitive for those sorts of things.

  • Ingrid

    I like that Leta is not afraid to tell an adult what’s what. :)

  • Hande

    so good to see the beginnings of what Leta will become: one of those commenters here to whom you and the others tell to have a cookie. Life is a vicious cycle.

  • http://twitter.com/AmidPrivilege Amid Privilege

    In case you ever wonder, the sane and good people of this world love you.