The Xmas leaf

Found by Elizabeth Daingerfield Zwicky on a Palo Alto street this morning, all green and red (and, yes, yellow):

Some nice little presents for me, including a set of seven rainbow penguin erasers (one color for each day of the week) from my grand-daughter Opal, postcards to send to friends, and a penguin corkscrew. From me: a HexBug Nano Habitat and two books: Deborah Fallows’s Dreaming in Chinese: Mandarin Lessons in Life, Love, and Language and Nicholson Baker’s The Size of Thoughts: Essays and Other Lumber (both chosen because I admire the books and because I know the authors).

Then a long yummy Chinese dinner with the family and a friend and his son, who’s one of Opal’s great buddies (they collaborated on a wonderful drawing, played iPad games together and separately — one iPad per child — and plotted a sleepover for tonight).

 

2 Responses to “The Xmas leaf”

  1. Max Vasilatos Says:

    looks like mary jane

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