Thursday, July 31, 2008

Been one of those days....

Do you ever just have one of those days?

I do and today is one of them. That would probably be why it has taken me so long to get this post up as my thoughts are a bit jumbled and I can't seem to decide what is going to be put in print. It's more like one of those weeks, but I'm not really complaining because I know it could be worse.

Funny thing is that it isn't a bad week per se, just a rather scattered week. So in the spirit of all things goofy and off the wall I thought I would share with you a little bit of child like logic. When my daughter was a few years younger her class had a big board where they could write their thoughts or about their day. Actually, the teacher would ask them if they had anything to share with the class and then write what they decided to share with the class. Here are a couple of my favorites.

"My mom yelled at me for NO REASON" Griffin
(as most 5yr olds, of course there was no reason...little boys, especially this one, are not mischevious at all)

"I went to visit Jesus so my brother could love on him." Hunter
(visit jesus huh? Some days I wish Jesus would visit me)

"I went to the doctor so he could check on the penny. He took and x-ray and pulled down my pants.) Caleb
(money is such a yummy snack....even better on the way out.)

What's your funny?

3 comments:

Jenn said...

Those are funny.

On the big-mac post: sometimes I wanna have some fast-food. That's my prerogative, and I should be ale to exercise it.

Semi-Charmed Wife said...

One of my favorites is when I asked my then-6 year old cousin what he learned in school that day. He said, "We learned about George Washington." I said, "What did you learn?" He said, "He was the President, but now he's dead." I said, "Really? That's sad." He said, "Yeah, he was riding on the back of a motorcycle and a tree hit him and his head came off."

I guess he didn't learn that "cannot tell a lie" story...

Jojo said...

My whole family and I are sick now. We're all coughing, sore throat, congestion, etc, and all the rest of the good stuff. I have no humor, no interest....and like you say, it's just one of those days...weeks. The funny thing is when I see my daughter and her "snot bubble" it makes everything better. It's soo funny how a lightbulb just comes out of her tiny nose.