Audio Recordings Author Kai Beck Reads A Typical Friday’s Child By Thomas Slatin Posted on June 9, 2020May 18, 2021 by Thomas Slatin Kai Beck@theKaiBeck (Remix By Jordan Krumbine) A Typical Friday’s Child Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Author Kai Beck Reads It Came Without Warning By Thomas Slatin Next Post Author Kai Beck Reads Desideratum By Thomas Slatin 18 thoughts on “Author Kai Beck Reads A Typical Friday’s Child By Thomas Slatin” I like this way of reading your piece, it help one get a clearer picture of your piece. This photo here is cute. Loading... Reply The photo here is awesome. I adore your way of going through this piece. Loading... Reply Lovely photo you have here. The piece you have read are all great and I enjoy them Loading... Reply I can remember my childhood days. We always play with my neighbor until sundown. Loading... Reply An iron Acorn??? As I said the audio format is much more understandable he he. I am not much of a reader I guess. Congratulations!!! Loading... Reply I am still at awe with this format. I can understand and feel the emotions clearly. Thank you so much for sharing this. Loading... Reply Beautiful picture Tom, your work is amazing and i’m sure it’s the resul of many years of effort , and of doing what you love. Loading... Reply My childhood days are memorable ones; just so lovely to remember. Not thinking of anything but having fun and eating. Lovely cool picture Thomas. Loading... Reply As usual, you deliver the best. I also like the audios. they are great to listen to. Loading... Reply Whaooo, this is a pretty and nice job from you Tom. I wish this is particularly meant for me. Good work tom, keep it up. Loading... Reply Well, I love my childhood very much though the computer and television wasn’t available. Thomas you are lucky, you’ve got alot of tools to play with. Loading... Reply I really like his voice. It’s so soothing, a perfect match for this reading. I remember my Friday childhood quite vividly. Loading... Reply That photo is an art in an acorn, from my childhood what I liked most was going to the other side of the stream with my friends and playing cooking in the middle of nature. Loading... Reply I love how it was read. You can really imagine what is happening in the story. Loading... Reply The narration of how he explains his typical Friday as a child brings the art to life. I enjoyed this. Loading... Reply Great transformation on the blog, now makes the visitors more comfortable to linger here. You can enjoy pictures here while listening to audio. Loading... Reply Awesome! Thank you, David!!! Loading... Reply That climb up the shelf sounds very vigorous. I love your closing message on how things change over time. For me, that’s what makes it interesting. Visiting your childhood home must have brought back so much years later being a new man. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply to Victor Palmer Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.