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GreyEagleGGreyEagle Posts: 350
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:25 AM in Lighten and Brighten
:))) Well, while I wait for surgeons to get all their diagnostics done I have a cute anecdote to share.

We have two grandsons living with us, Shane is 2 yrs old and James is 5 yrs old. Our daughter Melanie has Multiple Sclerosis. Her husband Jesse works at a local business.

James came home from school the other day and mentioned his best friend Justin was sick and would not be back to school right away. He told his Mom that 'Justin has Chicken Dots'. Lol. That really gave us all a good chuckle. Meanwhile, we hope just gets over 'Chicken Dots' quickly.

Ken GreyEagle


  • Ken,

    That's priceless. Thanks for sharing it!

  • /:) Out of the mouths of babes! thanks for a good laugh today.
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  • Ken -

    You know, my best memories are from my boys screwing up the English language. So many times I wanted to correct them, but just said "nah - this is too cute to fix!"

    Things like "Freezerator" for refrigerator
    SPREESWAY for expressway
    Those are 2 that I always remember. But, there's more, I'm sure. Things I will remember fondly every time someone tells a cute anecdote like yours!

    Thanks for sharing; hope you are doing well....

  • you brought smiles and light to me! i hope the sun is warm over your house and you feel well as can be!
    William Garza
    Spine-Health Mod

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