This is Pi Day #069 – March 09
I wanted to spend the afternoon at the library but they were booked.
I get a kick of how literal she is sometimes. Literal? Literal and literary.
At the risk of turning this into a daddy blog, I will say that as I try to figure out my actual role in the multi-year scenario that is being a dad to a freshly minted pre-teen, I am finding it is less about the “simple rules for my daughter” and more about how I adjust my own life to set an example. The kid has eyes. So many eyes. Everything I do is being watched and questioned and reflected back at me.
So as much as she’s a literal kid, she is also a literary one I guess. But largely because I am. Well.. literary. Not a kid. You know what I meant, right? I hope.
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