Those Darn Kids
March 12, 2008
Tonight I was on the phone with Susan when my daughter came running into the room asking me a question.
“Sure” I answered.
“Did she just ask you if she could have blueberry vodka?” Susan asked.
“No, she asked if she they could watch Denise Austin’s Daily Work-out.”
“My little kids all like to work out to it. I don’t question why. I am hoping to get in shape vicariously through them.”
“Is it working?”
“Not so much. But the kids do look too cute doing it.”
A week or so ago Miles fell and scraped his elbow. He has been wearing a band-aid on it ever since even though it is mostly healed now.
Today the bandaid was falling off so I removed it, while he screamed like I was chopping his arm off with a dull plastic knife. I showed him how it was healed and that it shouldn’t hurt anymore.
He went to throw the band-aid away and said, to no one in particular, “It’s okay. It not hurt. It is just my imagination.”
I love that little kid.
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