My littlest grandson loves his costumes. Here he is sitting on the beach. He's SharkThor!
Dude, for the last time, don't get your panties in a twist when you drive past me and wave, and I don't return the wave! Your vehicle windows are blacker than pitch, and I don't know what the heck you're doin' in there, duh!
I have noticed, from watching a bum load of TV, that in an office setting, when someone is passing an envelope to another person, the giver will set it down on the table and then slide it toward the recipient. This is a sign that what's in the envelope is real important.
My 3 year old grandson, Varric, is going through The Why Stage. Here's one example.....
Varric: "Can you come over to my house, Gamma?"
Gamma: "Gamma can't come over right now."
Gamma: "Because I need to go home."
Gamma: "I'll be back to see you as soon as I can, because I love you soooo much."
Then I pick him up and kiss him on his face and on his neck, and I say, "Because you are a most awesome boy, that's why."
He smiles and hugs me, and that’s usually the end of The Why's until the next time. This Gamma is a happy one indeed.
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