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Monday, October 13, 2008

Funny things Kids say...

Just a few random things...

A few weeks ago, before we had Halloween costumes pinned down, Cole informed me that Alec wanted to be a ghost. So I asked Alec, "Why do you want to be a ghost?"
He replied, "Because it's Cool!" I asked him "What made you think of being a ghost?"
He answered (quite seriously) "My Brain!".

In primary yesterday, one of the most amazing women I know was doing sharing time. She was teaching about keeping the sabbath day holy, and the topic came to music. She asked Senior Primary, "Why do we listen to good music on Sunday's?" and one of Kyle's friends said (also quite seriously) "because you don't want to listen to sucky music on Sunday!" It was all I could do not to bust a gut laughing, I'm still chuckling over it today.

Also in primary (Junior primary this time), this same woman, holding a picture of the sacrament being passed, asked what the most important thing we can do on Sunday is. Alec got to answer, and his answer was "Play the playstation!" Of course, that's because they're rarely allowed the playstation on Sunday, so of course it's the most important thing he wants to do on Sunday....

Things are busy here, I'll be working 4 shifts this week, so I may not get much posting in. As it is, we have 8 babies on ventilators, and we're short staffed most of the week. Crazy times....

3 comments:

Heidi said...

Kids are funny...my friend and I (who's husband was in the bishopric) was setting out in the foyer talking, she turned to her 4 yr old son and asked, "who's that a picture of?" (pointing to Heavenly Father, dressed all in white). He turned to her and said, "Santa Claus". I started laughing :) She was so embrassed, but really it was cute.

Six-Pack Momma said...

Ha Ha Ha! There comes a day when the things they say just aren't funny anymore...enjoy!

BeadBrat Originals said...

Kids are such a riot! I was driving home with my grand daughter the other day and she wanted to stop at the park. I explained we couldn't that we had to hurry home because Nana had to use the potty. She replied"OK, Just don't wet your pants!"