[Note: This post is part of a 31 day focus on read-aloud. To see the entire list, go here: 31 Days of Read-Aloud.]
The major reason for that being that it’s a little frightening. I did a little Google searching and found that the county we live in is famous locally for being dangerous for pedestrians. There have been 3 pedestrian deaths ON THIS ROAD this year. Texting and cell-phone talking drivers frighten me.
One of our family’s goals is to move to an area that has more actual walking destinations. Not necessarily intown as in inside Atlanta town, just more intown as in… in town. (Does that make sense?) Just walking for the sake of it is a little boring, but if you have somewhere you can safely walk TO? Totally different.
We spent most of the day at our place of worship, so I didn’t do much reading. But I did read aloud:
Edwardo: The Horriblest Boy in the Whole Wide World – A nice lesson (for adults) about kids who live up (or down) to expectations.
Genesis chapters 1-5 – I read this to Victoria before we both fell asleep. (I’m not currently in Genesis in my personal Bible reading, but I decided to start over because I got a shiny new Bible yesterday, and it seemed fitting!)
Read any good books this weekend?