David and I spent our date night at the bookstore looking for travel guides of Victoria, British Columbia. We have a roadtrip in mind, and the only thing David enjoys reading more than the atlas, is a really good travel guide. He is already typing our trip itinerary, and the trip is at least four months away. He can't help himself.
But while David was debating the merits of Fodor's versus Frommer's, I overheard a father reading a lovely book to his daughters. I could hear him reading: "Compassionate means..." "Envy means..." "Patient means..." When they left, I sifted through their pile and found this charming picture book all about words and cookies. Two of my favorite things.
Since then Ethan have read and reread and reread it again and again.
Ethan's favorite part is the page on "Content." It is so lovely. The pictures, the words. One of them is even "Regret," which I've always been partial to. (The pages on "trustworthy" and "compassionate" will steal your heart.)
I recommend you read it with someone you love and find out what "Content" really feels like.