March 10. Hard wood.

We buy hard wood. It is expensive and they don’t cut it right. But I don’t give up and promise to manufacture the table, somehow. We have promised to make a set of tables for the children so that they can study in a more organized fashion. Currently they just take their schoolbooks and stationary on their laps while doing their homework. We have to build four big tables that they can use for studying and eating.

I offer to cook for everybody and head out to buy groceries. We cook tomato soup and fried potatoes and the kids love it.

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Kamiel Choi

Dutch philosopher and poet, sometimes sharing thoughts on the internet.

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