The Apple, Pt 2

“And the banana said to the wolverine…”

Granddaughter, from now on identified as “The Bug,” is heading out to the deck with her dinner plate.

Grandma (me): So, you’re going to eat al fresco.

The Bug: Nah, just a cheese sandwich.

We’re thinking of getting a snare drum kit with which to practice our rimshots.

Have a great weekend.

Take care–Susan Kaye

 

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13 thoughts on “The Apple, Pt 2

      1. Susan Kaye Post author

        I commented on Facbebook, but reiterate here, adult kids can be more frustrating than toddlers. Adult children have money, cars, and access to weapons. *sigh*

        Congrats to you all.

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          1. Susan Kaye Post author

            And those weapons can be literal or figurative.

            True, and I’m still not sure which is more destructive, hurtful, debilitating, etc.

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  1. Lucy Parker

    I want a Bug of my own! Robin, you’ve at least got new granddogs. I got nuthin. Please share your Bug, Susan, for those of us that want to enjoy her, too. πŸ˜€

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    1. Susan Kaye Post author

      Lucy–I’ll share as much as I can. She’s in that great toddler place where everything is cute and funny. Now I’m not sure if that’s because SHE’S cute and funny or I’m just so smitten. πŸ˜‰

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      1. Lucy Parker

        Granddogs and a Grandbaby, Robin?? I’m going to be so far behind, yet Elroy is so ready Not to be Responsible for anything, barely himself. *sigh* So I’ll just have to enjoy everyone’s sweet things here.

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        1. Robin Helm

          You aren’t as old as I am, Terry. I am approaching Old Age and Infirmity. I want grandkids while I still have enough mentality left to hold a conversation with them without drooling on myself.

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Why yes, we DO want a piece of your mind. ;-)

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