“Love is what’s in the room with you
if you stop opening presents and listen.”
Are you as smart as this seven year old?
I think Bobby is exceptional not just as a seven year old kid but as a person in general. Opening Christmas gifts can be a time of chaos with all the noise and excitement especially with kids in the room. It is rare that adults stop tearing at the wrappings of gifts to listen and almost unimaginable for kids. If you have someone (of any age) around like Bobby you have been given a great gift.
“If death meant just leaving the stage long enough to change costume and come back as another character…
Would you slow down? Or speed up?”
Hmm, I don’t know. There was a time I would have said speed up. Now I like where and who I am so I don’t think I want it to speed up. As for slowing down…maybe, for now, that would be okay but I am getting old(er) and depending on how that goes I might change my mind. Coming back as another character? Only if I get to choose the role.
Write a story or poem of5 Lines or Less using the word, shopping.
She brought all the bags in and dropped them on the table. The stores were so busy it took hours of shopping to get everything she needed for the family dinner on Sunday. She was tired and looking forward to a cup of tea and a nap but first, the bags must be emptied and all the fixins sorted and put away before she could rest. She was almost done with all the bags empty and the kitchen neat and tidy…but wait. Oh, no, she forgot the ham!
Can you relate to this? I sure can.
Can’t count the number of times
I have come home from the grocery store
without the one thing I went to the store to get.