The last dance.


Tonight is the end of Chanukah for 2007. The candles are burning and the kids are showering. We’ll spend the evening playing games and cuddling and talking.

And I am grateful. Grateful for a family that I love to be with.

So I didn’t have time to finish the book I sat down to read today. The boys had too much to share. And I didn’t have time to chat with a friend. But I got to hear Max play the sax. And the house isn’t as neat as I like. But I read Davis’ research report and I got a demonstration of the neato machine Reed made with Lego and I got to lounge and pet the cats.

I’ll go to sleep tonight feeling happy.

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