In the next few weeks I’ll be writing a bit about what’s going on at work, with Service Oriented Architecture, web service semantics, different layers of organisational constructs to support both business and development ideals, and project management and expecations handling.
But that’s not this post. This post is about my daughter Grace who’s six and a half. Before christmas we inherited an old computer from my wife’s sisters family, an old beaten thing we were going to give to the kids for educational games and homework and such things, and in no time I whipped it clean and hooked it into our network.
While I was at work last week I got this in my inbox ;
A secret story
a long time ago a daddy,mummy sat
soon thay found out that thay wer having
For those still not in the know, me and Julie are expecting our third child in July (every evening julie spends trying to find good names), and Grace is as excited as we are and decided to write me the above wonderful email, from her Gmail account no less. Not bad for a seven year old. She’ll be blogging in no time.
While I was writing this blog post I’ve been chatting with her on Gmail talk, and she says the most wonderful things. I need to spend more time with her when neither one of us is grumpy in the evening after a long day. 🙂 Tomorrow is Australia Day, a holiday, so I’m already looking forward to it. I feel so blessed with my wonderful little family.
Update: Yes, Alia, you’re right; Grace is indeed seven, not six (fixed). It seems she was growing even faster than I first thought. 🙂