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August 18, 2009

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noe noe girl

LOL you just wait- mine knows everything already. I may not even have to send him to college!

Kyddryn

Sigh...first day blues...I hope it improves!

Meanwhile...I think I need that book...I love me some Quantum Physics!

Shade and Sweetwater,
K (who was recently asked if she could help someone with their calculus homework, but she had to decline...she thought calculus was the stuff that collects on your teeth and turns to tartar if one isn't careful...and really, who wants to help with THAT??)

Cactus Petunia

Just wait till she's teenager and REALLY knows all the answers!

Bob Cleveland

CBW..

Easier? EASIER?

Just wait 'til you get old ... til it takes hours and hours just to DO what you used to DO for hours and hours.

Like swim back and forth across the pool.

:)

ps: Ancient proverbs:

If you ever have money to burn, you'll find the fire's gone out.

If you ever get it all together, you'll probably forget where you put it.

I have to go now. I have to find my get-up-and-go .. I think it got-up-and-went.

Chesapeake Bay Woman

See? I told you she's a genius. I think she needs her own blog. Seriously.

In the mean time, perhaps you could relay a few questions I have, and I'm asking her because she's so wise and gifted and smart. (Seriously, I'd love to hear her responses.)

1. What is the meaning of life? Why are we here? Why do some people skate through life easily and others have to struggle just to have a meager existence? (That's really a two fer one there.)

2. AT what point does life get any easier?

3. What is the purpose of ticks?

4. How can I get my two kids to pitch in more around the house without throwing a hissy fit?

5. Can I have your autograph?

Elaina

Cute story!

foolery

Unless, of course, you made said cobbler in Grandma's iron skillet, in which case Cobbler R Round. And not a-Round 4 long. : )

Thanks for reading, everyone. Your comments make my day, as always. : )

-- Laurie

Bob Cleveland

Tell her not to believe that pi R squared stuff, though.

Pi r ROUND. Cobbler r squared.

Beth

haha, it only gets worse as they get older :)

Daryl

She is your daughter isnt she .. nuff said

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