yeah, yeah

Dear Annie Grook,

Thanks for your letter. It was great to hear from you. I know what you mean about being busy. My gg and mama keep saying that I’m wearing them out with how busy I am. In fact, I’m so busy I haven’t even had time to learn more words than “dada” and “mama”. But I have gotten really good at signing “please” and “thank you”. And now I can even run, sort of. Basically it just makes me fall a lot faster and harder than I did before. But I like it. Speaking of things that involve my feet, I’ve got to tell you this: my feet are really cold. I snuck a look at your blog the other day and saw that I was getting socks…I was so excited. So I started counting the days until Valentine’s Day. I even threw away all of my other socks because I was so excited to get these fancy new ones. But I am glad that you were able to pursue some other knitting interests – I’d hate to keep you back from those. I just hope I can figure out a way to keep my poor little feets warm until you can send my socks. Thanks, Annie Grook.



P.S. My sissy says that her feet are cold too! Happy Valentine’s Day.

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2 Responses to yeah, yeah

  1. brooke t. higgins says:

    Sorry, Cal, I’m not buying it. Your mom’s just jealous that she’s not getting Valentine’s socks. We have a nice ice storm today and we get to leave work early. I’ll work on your socks this afternoon.

    I still love you even though you’re a bit young to be so bitter. :)

  2. theGracegirl says:

    Ouch. Where’s the family love?

    Calvin, don’t worry about the talking–at least you can type.

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