Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Middle daughter's commentary on reading

My teenage daughter--who has been known to go days without emerging from her room--sent me this video to let me know that "this is how she feels sometimes".

I thought I'd share.


I lovingly told my middle daughter, that yes, I understand her love of reading, but she still has to come out of her room and do her jobs. I'm heartless like that.

8 comments:

Tiana Smith said...

I've seen this before, but it still makes me laugh :) This is how I feel when I'm at the end of a book and someone interrupts me.

CJ Hill said...

So true. If only I had unlimited time to read. Sigh.

Gaby Seeley said...

I saw this about a year ago, and have loved it ever since! It's hilarious and sooooo true :)

Janette Rallison said...

It's really true--except for the part with the bagpipe. That rarely happens when I'm reading.

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Kay Brady said...

I agree with your daughter :) as a book addict myself i am just the same when i am reading the world does not exist just me and my book.

Melissa said...

My new anthem!

Dee said...

I can totally relate. I also have a teenage girl who never emerges because she is either reading or writing. LOL. So glad to know it's not a terminal illness.