There is no end to the funny things that come out of children's mouths. Alex, my three and a half year old is no exception. I thought I would share some funny things he has said the past few weeks.
Scene: Alex following me around every step I go in the kitchen. Seriously - like a little shadow.
Me: Alex, can you please stop following me. Someone is going to trip and get hurt.
Alex: Mommy, am I making you totally bonkers right now?
Me: Yes honey, you are.
Alex: OK (and continues to follow me around.)
Scene: The beach lots of young ladies in bikinis walking around.
Alex: "Hey ladies!"
Scene: Alex stalking me around my computer
Alex: Mommy, it's my turn to use the computer.
Me: Alex, this is my computer. How about you go play with your blocks.
Alex: How about you play with blocks mommy. I use the computer. You can use my trains too.
Scene: Alex sitting in my lap while I type this ADEA article.
Me: Alex, what funny things have you said lately?
Alex: Well, last night I snored. That's funny.
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This is the first thing I saw when perusing the 50th anniversary issue of the Smithsonian magazine for April 2020. This eye-opening 10-page article (with spectacular photos) is titled, “The Ship in the Ice” and concerns a topic we’ve all been hearing about for years, e.g., global warming.
The pandemic this year has affected all of us in many ways. Two things that stand out in my mind: people definitely need people (to paraphrase the song “People” sung by Barbra Streisand in Funny Girl). The phone, email, computer, TV and all the other digital creations we use DO NOT take the place of human interaction. We all need to see and talk to each other. That said we have also learned that we can work at home very efficiently and handle our normal workload if necessary. Never commute again? I don’t think that will happen, but perhaps we’ll find a happy medium – time will tell.
I have often found that when a person achieves incredible success – after a long struggle – the back-story is almost as fascinating as the achievement itself. That’s why I was interested in, yet another, Andy Warhol write-up that appeared in the May 2020 issue of the Smithsonian magazine.
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