If you’re ever around kids for any extended period of time — or even a not so extended period of time — you’ll observe firsthand they come up with some interesting, unique, hysterical and brutally honest observations about the world as they perceive it.
I have a friend who wondered out loud on Facebook whether it was weird for her to be excited about the purchase of a new vacuum cleaner. There can be only one answer to an outrageous question like this:
H-E-double toothpicks, no!
As chief dietary consultant and food preparation specialist in my domicile, I am responsible for the procurement of foodstuffs and other assorted provisions to ensure continuous familial sustenance within our humble abode.
It was picture day at school today. We nearly missed the annual event. This is because the child who was scheduled to have his portrait taken is a boy who sees little importance in remembering something as insignificant as picture day.
My youngest son came home from school last Tuesday acting a little less animated than his typical mid-week, hyper-energetic, 11-year-old self. When I inquired whether he’d had a good day, he paused (which is unusual) and said, “Not really. I guess had a couple of blurts.”
There are certain dates that stick in our memories. September 11, 2001, is one for most of us. This week, we relived that moment in time, as people tend to do on anniversary dates both celebratory and somber.
I thought it would be easier the second time around, but I was wrong.
We are packing up our oldest son for college this week and I find my eyes watering inexplicably. My son wonders why my eyes are red and I tell him it must be allergies.
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