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I took advantage of the good weather we’ve been having and set off on a road trip to Salem last week to visit my granddaughter. I hadn’t seen Kayla since we celebrated her second birthday in early November, and I needed my fix. No one can make me feel like that little girl can.
With multiple sets of grandparents and great-grandparents, along with three doting uncles, Kayla has never lacked for toys. She commandeers an arsenal of them in every shape, color, size and learning category.
After I arrived Thursday afternoon Kayla overturned a bucket of Legos and began the process of building a tall structure. Legos were scattered all over the floor but I didn’t mind. I enjoyed watching her choose her colors and shapes and couldn’t help but imagine how exciting it would be if she became an architect. I’ve always said we need more women designing spaces in order to get our kitchens and closets right.
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