I watched “Milk” last night and it was a tear-jerker. What a beautiful movie, what an amazing person. Harvey Milk. Wow. Read his hope speech. It’s absolutely pertinent just as much now as it was then, http://voicesofdemocracy.umd.edu/milk-youve-got-to-have-hope-speech-text/
The sun came up again today and it poured in through the windows as the sun rose above trees from across the street. I live in a rural area in North Carolina. In the morning, the sweetest peacefulness of frost on the ground and the chilly, brisk air is enough to make me smile. I had to wake up early to go babysit my two nephews. We’ve been having a blast all morning. Check out our awesome skills.
Kevi is the oldest, he’s 8. Joey is going to turn 2 in June. Kevi started reading Moby Dick this morning (the kids’ illustrated version) and Joey drooled on his new book, “What Penguins Do”. I love to give them books and see just how long their attention spans last. Kevi got through one paragraph and Joey ran after a moose after 5 minutes. Cute.
I’ll do a historical reflection in a blog later today. Right now I have boys to look after.