Happy Thanksgiving, Leslie!
Well, for some reason I remember the one Thanksgiving when you mommy was just about your age. She was living with me. I was going to cook a big old turkey. Now, you’re supposed to let a turkey thaw for a whole day or more before you cook it. The bigger it is, the longer you have to let it thaw.
I didn’t really know what I was doing, so I only took it out the night before. So it was still frozen on Thanksgiving Day. Well, luckily your mommy was going to go to her mom’s anyway, so she didn’t miss Thanksgiving dinner after all!
Well, I’ll talk to you later.
Love you bunches!
I just heard this really stupid joke and I had to share it.
Dwayne the bathtub before I dwown!
Pretty stupid, right? Well, I gotta go, I’ll post again soon.
Happy birthday, Leslie!
The day you were born was the happiest day of your mommy’s life, I hope you know what wonderful, incredible joy you gave her!
Have the best birthday ever!
Love, Pop pop
Well, I just heard this song again. Maybe you remember I used to sing it in the car sometimes.
Anyway, it was just a good memory, and I wanted to share it with you.
There’s nothing much happening, in fact, things have been downright boring lately. But I wrote this quick post just to let you know I haven’t forgot you. I still love you a lot lot lot! I’ll write again soon.
You know, for some reason I was thinking about when your mom was a little girl and I used to help her do her homework. Most parents hate to help their kids with homework, but I actually enjoyed it. Especially her math homework.
I remember helping her learn fractions. Everything from improper fractions to mixed numbers to factoring, to least common denominators, and all that good stuff.
I was looking forward to the day when I could help you learn math and science too. But you probably don’t even need help, you’re such a smarty-pants!
Anyway, just checking in to let you know I love you, love you more, love you mostest!