The past few weeks have been madness with the kiddo on break from school, and a trip to observe crustaceans and invertebrates crawling through the mud. But enough about Readercon. We also explored ome tidal mud flats and went on a whale watch.
I have come to the conclusion that at my age, i can no longer wear out my son.
So I'll just leave you with the question: Just how unseemly is it to take joy in the fact that my six year old was singing "Blister in the Sun" by the Violent Femmes while I was applying his sunscreen?
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