Wisdom by Hindsight
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I laughed when I saw that, too. 😀 Cheerful Monk recently posted..What Fools….
OMGOSH! LOLOL! out of the mouths of babes. tammy j recently posted..moving on old bean
I would like to acquire the brain of a cartoonist!
haha! That young one understands how to save 🙂
The old ones sure can learn a lot from young ones!
Ha! Now there’s a practical kid! It reminds me of when my older son was about five and he’d ask things like, “When you die, can I have that cabinet?” I’d say, “Honey, when I die, you can have everything.” Secret Agent Woman recently posted..I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain.
Yes, our young can ask such questions without realising the impact that those have on us oldies.
How to make your grand …, anyone older than you, feel better about the unavoidable. What’s great about young children (and why they neither do have a sense of humour nor are capable of cynicism) that, in their innocence, they take everything literally. It’s absolutely blooming marvellous. Mince your words … is all I recommend. Or they’ll come to bite you where it hurts (others).
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If I can spend time with children, I would give up all other pastimes.
Ah, that must be why so many people don’t give me Christmas presents….
You are lucky. I don’t get any!
When the child grows up he will worry about an inheritance instead of a computer game. Looney recently posted..50F = 10C
Ouch, that hurts! So far, my grandkids haven’t made that observation!
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