Today’s Victory: Robin Hood

While today has been anything but a victory,  I’m doing my best to remain as optimistic as possible for the rest of the Lost and Tired clan. With that said,  I wanted award a Today’s Victory.  I actually started this post before we got the news this morning about Gavin’s health.

Today’s Victory goes to my oldest son,  Gavin. He has just finished reading another book.  This time it was the classic Robin Hood.

He read it in only a couple of days and I think this may actually be the second time he’s read this book,  cover to cover. He also wanted me to make sure that I share with you that this book had 20 chapters.

We require that Gavin spends time reading every day because if we don’t hear will lose much of what he gained this year.  He enjoys reading,  especially when he is excited about the book.

I don’t know what book he wants to read next but a trip to the library is in order. 


**Thanks for reading**

       -Lost and Tired

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Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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Lost and Tired

Thanks. I'll pass that along to him. 🙂


Way to go Gavin!  I love reading too!!


Good job, Gavin!  My son liked "Tuck Everlasting"  "Tom Sawyer"  and "Huckleberry Finn"


yeah Gavin, My ll year old loved the Lemony Snickett  books (there are 13 of them !) and he is now reading the HOBBIT so he can go see the movie, Keep reading it can take you anywhere  Gloria