Friday, February 4, 2011

Somebody come over and brush my teeth for me

The child is asleep, the old man is walking the dog, the snow has melted in Texas. There is so much I should be doing right now--I should be transcribing interviews, I should be braving the underside of the bath mat, I should be drinking water. Tim has the Social Network queued up but I think I won't join him on the sofa. Great movie, and yet I felt queasy with tension throughout the first viewing. (Harvard Girls, you get your asses down from that table and go back to your dorm rooms right now. Or at least go out to a gay club where the men know how to dance nice with a lady.) Instead perhaps I'll jigger up my Kindle and get back to the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, in which the author repeatedly tells me that 46% of the women in Sweden have been subjected to violence by a man.

Ava Bekelech is over two and a half years old. How did that happen? How do I suddenly have a child old enough to yell "No ma'am!" when she finds the dog eating cat food? Oh Ava, do stay a tough cookie your whole life.


Julie said...

Girl has got spunk.
Finding a post written by you is like finding out an anonymous diner has picked up the tab for your entire dinner. Enjoy the snow!

Gretchen said...

I love that picture and I love seeing a post from you! 3 cheers for Mama Dog!

Brendon said...

You were way too busy back then, huh? Did someone come over and brush your teeth? Hehe... A person should not forget proper hygiene, however busy he or she is. Dental health should always be nurtured, as well as one's overall health. Everything's interconnected anyway. ;)

-Brendon Spaziani

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