You take the good, You take the bad, You take them both and there you have the facts of life. The facts of life.
There's a time you gotta go and show You're growin' now,
You know about the facts of life. The facts of life.
When the world never seems, To be living up to your dreams. And suddenly you're finding out, The facts of life are all about you. All about you. You-u-u-u,
A-ll about you. It takes a lot to get em right,
But you're learnin the facts of life.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
was Alfonso’s very first time ever in a library. I loved sharing that
experience with him. I remember as kids my parents would often take us
to the library to pick out books. I loved to read. It would take me to
Typing this makes me realize what a great thing
my parents did. Both of my parents came to America with only an early
elementary school education. I don’t think either of them made it to 5th
grade. Just had one of those moments of reflection. Wow. My parents are
I think the last time I was there was with Punki when we worked on our report about Mexico? In 8th grade? I don’t even
remember. I do remember though that after we went to Taco Bell. My first
time. She introduced me to the combo burrito. Okay, sorry, I got side
I think we’ll be
visiting more often. Take the babies. Let them smell books. Because who
knows how much longer they’ll be available. The smell of books is an
experience to be had. I think I may take trips alone. The silence was
beautiful. I can write. I can read. I can nap. I mean, I can
I’m glad I got to experience another first with
Alfonso. And that although it wasn’t Diego’s first visit, that I got to
see his eyes light up and the excitement in his voice as he walked
through picking out his music and his movies and his books.