by Lisa Lipkind Leibow, Author of Smart Women’s Fiction
My three sons came home from the first day of school, itching to tell me tidbits of new classes, new teachers, friends, and more.
Thing 1 ripped open a bag of chips. “In science, to break the ice, the teacher went around the room and had each of us introduce ourselves by saying our name and one interesting fact about ourselves. I raised my hand to go first. ‘I have something interesting! I’m a twin.’ Turns out, that wasn’t all that interesting. Six other kids in the class were twins and one was a quadruplet! Can you believe that?!”
What are the chances of that? Leave a comment. Share one interesting fact that makes you feel unique (or not…). Ha!