Saturday, December 20, 2008


Mike Young said...

Mmm, that's good. I am writing a paper about naivete in My Happy Life by Lydia Millet and making the rather simple point that every day spent with a child feels like a story even if there's no plot, because narrative means to tell what you know, and the typical child is always knowing new things and telling about their new knowing.

So this felt nice to watch during my blog checking procrastination time. Thanks.

Patrick deWitt said...

Happy X-mas, Zachary.