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April 21, 2008


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After reading your Sealy story, I recalled my niece begging her mother to 'Safeguard the ones you love,' and then we *knew* she'd been watching too much TV. Here in the UK, I have no problem with not watching for weeks at a time, but it wasn't always so easy, and it won't be when I get home. Good luck to you and Junior!

We liked Kimmel's Three Cabritos, too (who can resist a picture book starring a chupacabra? not I). I couldn't help wondering if there was some sort of bridge/border-crossing subtext I was missing, though. Do you think?

TadMack, the first day went fine, so we're off to a good start. I was surprised that Jr. had bought into the mattress ad so thoroughly.

Anamaria, there probably is some sort of subtext there; I'll have to ponder it. I kept wondering about the secret power of the Cabritos to make the chupacabra dance. It alters the story, but I can't quite put my finger on how. Hmm, musing about fairy tales--just what I like!

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