Thinking, creating, experimenting, running, socializing. Free snacks. (There are prizes for reading, but in the end anyone who says they read gets to pick a prize before anyone who doesn't say they read. We might miss the end anyway, depending on when baby decides to be born.)
I find it hard to believe that anyone out there has a summer reading program that can compete with the one at our little library. Not bad for a town of about 200 and a library only open two days a week. It's such a wonderful opportunity to be a part of the community.
It's not that I want you all to be jealous; I'm just so pleased I can't help writing about it. Plus, I wanted you all to know I was actively compensating for my pregnancy-induced