Rainy days are great for reading!!
We are on week #2 of cool, rainy, drizzly days. It’s so easy to feel cooped up! Last week was rainy and most people expect this particular week in July to be rainy because it is the week of the South Shore Exhibition. As history dictates, it’s usually a rainy week.
So…what to do? David & I actually went downstairs to our family room and watched a bit of TV. We haven’t done that in months. We thought it would be a good chance to catch up on some of our favourite shows. I also put some new books on my Kindle for reading now and into the Fall. I figured if they were there , I would be more apt to read if I was “bored” haha.
And speaking of reading…
I have a collection started for future use!
See this guy?
Theodore Too was “the star” of Theodore Tugboat, the Canadian children’s television series (1993-2000) about a tugboat named Theodore who lives in the Big Harbour with all of his friends. The show originated and was set in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
There are lots of cute Theodore story books and since Theodore is such a big part of Halifax’s waterfront and can be seen “motoring around” the harbour on any given summer day, I thought it would fun to start a collection and keep adding.
I like the idea of these books (and toys) for my grandkids…someday…(no rush) and be able to take them onboard Theodore Too for a trip around the harbour!