But, unlike the TV show of the 1970s, eight is never enough. We counted last night and noted that, setting aside books that have been purchased, we are down to eight left! How awesome is that!?!? We will just have to make another printing. OH! and good news! I have finished the Transportation series. There are twenty-five cars, trucks, airplanes, tractors, boats, and trains ready to be made into a coloring book in the next few days!
It is hard to believe our little idea has met such acceptance. I did not think we'd sell the first 25 to be honest. Of course, that was before the reports, via e-mail, fan mail, phone calls, and direct observation of just how much the proud new owners of my coloring books enjoy their books. I hope, if you haven't already, you'll click on over and have a look at what I am talking about.
Yesterday, we went grocery shopping. It was nice to get out for awhile, but we never seem to get everything done that we'd like to. Alas, the weekend was over too fast.
I did begin a post for my airplane blog. I stopped when I needed more source material. I wrote a quick email to a gentleman that works for the USAF and viola, this morning's email had some more information on the airplane I was writing about! How awesome is that? It helps that I have discovered a nifty way to use Google that allows me to view newspapers from years ago! Still, you would think a jet aircraft falling from the skies would be a bigger deal and maybe someone would put it in a newspaper! Apparently the people of Spokane are made of sterner stuff, though! Or, maybe I just need to expand my search parameters.
Well, I should get ready for another day teaching math, or, rather, watching the students do math that I can't...at least without finding a friend smarter than me or realizing that there is very little use for it in my life and throwing my hands up in the air in disgust and walking away.