My daughter reads in "fits and spurts." Reading is either all she's doing or furthest from her mind. I know it has everything to do with what she is reading. I was tickled to death yesterday to see that she is working her way through the Anne books again. She had a copy of Anne of Avonlea, the second in LM Montgomery's lovely Anne series. I like to read this one just before school starts each semester as the story tells us of Anne's apprehension about beginning the school year as a teacher rather than a student. I hope Virginia will read the entire series this time.
". . . . I don't believe a teacher should be cross. Oh, it seems to me such a responsibility."