Sunday, July 4, 2010

enjoy the journey and tell the story

I love the childlike nature of his musings-- almost Hansel and Gretel, no? The Big Bang of cookie crumbs that was supposed to lead him home has now become bird food and he is destined to wander about in awe of creation and it's biggest littleness. I, for one, think it will make for good reading. Love love love my little Jiminy cricket... oh how I need an objective view of a loud conscience that isn't a mere voice in my head but in his as well.

Jeremy and I have beaten each other in ways no only child will ever understand. We have fought and been there and talked and dissolved in hilarity in ways that all siblings should be lucky enough to enjoy. I am looking forward to hearing about his journey.

Care to join me?

5 comments:

Rona said...

He's got such a fantastic voice! And your introduction was PERFECT!

Jeremy said...

Oh D you are a sweetheart! I have just started to make my way through your blog posts and i'm enjoying every moment of it :)

Jeremy said...

And Rona, I love your storytelling, especially "the talk" post! I am commenting here instead of there because Diana will get a kick out of this as well- It reminded me of when my mom gave me and my sister a book called "for 9-12 year olds." I just remember telling my mom that I was only 7... of course, my sister was 9 at the time so it makes more since that the book was really for her and my mom was just trying to keep my included. haha, thanks for reminder!

LatinaDiana said...

J- what was in this BOOK?!? I must know.

Jeremy said...

go back and read Rona's post called "the Talk" and it will explain everything... well maybe not everything, but it will make more since