Last month, I visited my elder sister’s family in Cincinnati. Every evening, I read a bedtime story to my nephew, Elliott. On the last night, Elliott asked me to read him Frog and Toad Together, by Arnold Lobel. The first story followed Toad as he worked through his to do list:
This, to me, is a dream task list, because it is full of space — space to work, space to play, space to reflect, space to dream.
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