Sam loves to go to the library. This time he couldn't wait until we got home to start reading. He sat right down at the table this week in the library and started reading. When it was time to go he carried his books out to the car and started reading again. Love that boy!
Most of these books here belonged to my Grandfather. He was a Methodist pastor and I cherish these books.
I'm sure everyone has one of these. Maybe not a library card but a card none the less hanging on your key chain that has words/letters on it.
This is my current reading stack. Again...lots of words/letters.......Then I thought, nah, that's to obvious.
How about the signs we see all over the place.
Nope, to obvious again.Maybe a cross stitch that I have sitting next to some books on a bookshelf that has words/letters on it?
How about on the items that we wear?
Nope...these are all still there out in the open for everyone to see.
How about the fact that we can recycle our letters?
Nope. I wanted to think more outside the box this week.
Here is a picture of some hand bells that I play quite often. In fact several times I week I'm practicing with them. Yes, they have letters on them.
It's this....music notes. Did you know that each music note is actually a letter. So every time you listen to music, any kind of music, you're listening to letters also. How cool is that!