Biscuit at Bedtime


Laura reminded me to pack Biscuit for my overnight trip to Boston. We have two copies, a gift from the time Jung was working in CT while the kids and I were still in NJ waiting for our house to sell. Over Skype last night, we read a story together. She did the “woof woof” part and I filled in the rest.

This is my 2nd week doing some consulting work, a new type of gig for me. I travel to Boston 1-2 days per week and work from home the rest of the time. The work is interesting and has allowed me to reconnect with some people I worked with a couple years ago. So far, so good.


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Wife, mother of 2, worker bee - striving to balance roles and continually learn
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6 Responses to Biscuit at Bedtime

  1. paula yoo says:

    awwww, glad the biscuit book works for ur trips too!!! ๐Ÿ™‚ glad to hear the new job is going well! miss y’all! oh–elizabeth and ed had the baby on fri (9 days early)…katelyn yoo. the story is just as crazy as it is amazing. will call u soon to tell u allllll about it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Barbara @ Just Another Manic Mommy says:

    so nice that you read over Skype…love Skype!

  3. shoes says:

    Very sweet. We are Biscuit fans here too. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I don’t know this story! I need to get it. And I love the idea of reading the same book over Skype! So effing cute.

  5. Momma G says:

    I shared your Skype story time with Nancy Benich, our dear friend and a reading recovery teacher. She loved the idea of having two copies of the same book to read together. Bedtime stories are so very important. Glad to see a really effective way to distance-read together. Momma G

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