Kids are funny. Everyone should keep a few around for laughs. Here are some conversation tidbits I've enjoyed over the last few months from 5 year olds.
Upon finding a frog:
"Let's name him Hoppy!"
"No, let's name him Kevin!"
Upon finding a dead frog:
The 5 year old girl sitting in the pew in front of us at church to my 5 year old son:
"Do you see my sparkling beauty?"
"Will you marry me when we grow up?"
Her mom, "What if C doesn't marry you?"
Girl, "I guess I'll have to ask someone else."
I should fear 5 year old girls for sure.
While at the pool I learned that I shouldn't worry so much about how I look in a swim suit. No one else does and some of them really should.
Along with that--there should be some kind of unwritten code that prevents certain sizes from being made in certain styles.
Some dogs act a lot like cats. For instance, mine likes to warm up in a square of light from the window, sleep on his back, and lick himself like a cat. I've been told it might be because he watches a cat through the window.
The best way to save money is to groom your dog yourself. And rip out your own carpets before having someone install wood floors.
A 70inch Sharp Aquos TV is a beautiful thing. Even a girl could drool over it and think "I wants it!" But alas, where would you put a monster like that?
When I schedule blogs for two months, I feel out of touch with my bloggy friends. I can't wait to get caught up when my kids go back to school.
Finding contentment in where you are in life makes everything that much better. Life is good.