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Re: Armitage CD and other electronic wonders

I was the same way - read 2 or 3 books at a time as a child. Instead of a "blankey" or teddy bear I took a copy of Webster's unabridged dictionary to bed with me! Don't read as much now because I have so many projects and the day is still only 24 hours long...

On Wednesday, November 26, 2003, at 11:33 PM, Melody wrote:

Yeah...I can't imagine life without books or music, either one...rarely
a day goes by that I don't read at least one, sometimes two books. My
kids are all great readers, which I find to be so wonderful...all
reading several grade levels above their ages...not one of them goes
anywhere without at least one book in hand and my youngest likes to read
two or three at a time...I keep trying to tell her to stick with one
until she finishes it but she seems to like it this way, so what's a
mother to do??

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
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