Seriously! I've been meaning to put together a compilation book with short stories based on the crazy things my daughter has said. Sometimes sweet, sometimes crazy, sometimes downright unbelievable. Like when I received a call from Pre-K that she and a boy were playing, and she said, "I'm going to go get my gun out of my bag and shoot you in the face." Later that night, after a calm night of pizza and games and relaxing, I said, "Honey, why did--" and she interrupted immediately with, "Samuel said it first." We talked about not talking like that, and the next day when I told the Pre-K teacher what she said, the teacher went, "Oh...well that makes a lot of sense."
I love their explanations - the logic is completely different and very Antoine Saint Exupery...it's not a drawing of a hat! It's a python that swallowed an elephant! Please do write the book of her sayings.
Oh those were the days weren't they???? No days you could not even ask those questions but less enjoy the sweet answers they gave.
Silly adults making the world too complicated!
Hi Jenna. I'm dropping by from the A-Z Challenge and RomanticFridayWriters who you've followed. You are just the type of writer we're looking for. When our challenges begin again in May I hope you'll write some flash fiction for us.My pic links to my writing blog, L'Aussie, but the RFWer link is: romanticfridaywriters.blogspot.comDenise
And I forgot to comment on the kids. Lovely. Just re reading Lord of the Flies and how the kids actually started to miss the adults, lol.Denise