We're SO sorry we haven't been posting. With play practice, homework, hebrew school, hanging with friends, guitar, and talking to girls (for me), and swim practice, homework, hanging with friends, managing to keep a social life, and parties (for Faith), we haven't really had a lot of spare time! But I'm happy to announce that we are back on top! "People" have asked us to talk more about the books we read when there is nothing going on about Mom. Here's how the conversation went:
Me: Boy, I just read a really good book!
Anonymous: Why don't you blog about it?
Me: Well... it doesn't really have to do with Blogging for Mom.
Anonymous: SAMUEL AARON FERBER! You have not blogged for a month. Perhaps you might want to blog right now??!!
(Can you guess who I'm talking to?)
Me: But you know how much stuff I'm doing lately!
Anonymous: (rolls eyes)
Me: I'll be right on it.
So that's how I got here. I've been reading lots of good books lately. Here's a few of them:
The Wall and the Wing by Laura Ruby
The Chaos King (sequel to The Wall and the Wing by Laura Ruby)
The Schwa was Here by Neil Shusterman
Flyte by Angie Sage
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie by Jordan Sonnenblick
East by Edith Pattou
Adam Canfield of the Slash by Michael Winerip
and more! I'd love to hear what books you have read and really enjoyed!
Monday, October 08, 2007
I just had to write about this when Mom told me this story. It's hilarious! When someone says,"I think I tore a muscle running errands" you just have to investigate.
Mom says she was lifting up a really heavy box of wine and just happened to pull a muscle in her leg.
How is that possible???
So of course we had to make up a new sport for the Olympics. It's called Extreme Errand Running. Only the best parents can compete as it is very dangerous. I love picturing moms running up and down aisles at the grocery store sweating their butts off or dads unloading the car as fast as possible.
If you could make up a race in Extreme Errand Running, what would it be? Don't forget to cheer on America as they fight for a gold in this intense activity! Haha.
By the way, a gold medal is given to Aunt Micky for the most blog comments! :) Yay! Hurrah! This has been Faith Ferber, Blogging For Mom News, Deerfield, Illinois.
Posted by Faith Ferber at 2:28 PM