Today was the first time I told Klara a story and she loved it. The story went on for over 30 minutes because she kept asking for more. The story was about Klara and her toy bear and it went as follows:
The bear asked,”Klara, Klara, what did you do at the beach today?” And Klara said, “Bear, bear, I played a game called “Find Your Toes.”” And the bear asked, “Klara, Klara, how do you play “Find Your Toes”?” And so on.
It’s unbelievable that she’s only 21 months, and she’s already into stories.
Suleiman Kerimov, a Russian senator and a mega-bandit, has been arrested in France! His mansion has been searched by the French police. He’s being investigated for fraud and money laundering.
Of course, Russians are arguing he has diplomatic immunity but it’s amazing that the French actually dared to detain a Russian oligarch. Kerimov is one of the worst, a real gangster, a horrible horrible person. This is fantastic news because these nasty characters pollute the world with their criminal activities, and European or US governments just smile vapidly in response.
I need to be working on my new research project but instead I’m obsessively reading Basque literature and books about Basque literature. So what does this tell us about my new research project?