|Photo by Randy and Diana Wright (their cat)|
Need a laugh this Christmas? Probably. Every year my good Doctor-friends the Andy-Regina Harrell's send a list of the questions they have had to answer from their kids in 2016. They send a list about every Christmas--and they are great. Thanks to the parents--but especially the questioners: Andrew (11), Carolyn (9) and Parker (4). Thanks Harrell's for who you are and what you have shared this year. Questions:
What animal only has eyes and nose?
Why do Christmas cards have the ages of the children but not the ages of the dads and moms?
Can you cook what you did for dinner last night again real soon, only make a lot more of it?
Why do they sing YMCA at weddings?
Mommy, when you were born had cake, presents, and wrapping paper been invented yet?
Why don't they make pencil erasers bigger?
Do babies come out when it is their birthday?
Do ducks have to take a bath?
What does the T in T-shirt stand for? Is it top?
Did you know I don't like naps because they take too long and there is nothing to do but sleep?
Which one kills more people, alcohol or tobacco?
Do angels have to go to the bathroom?
Did you know the days are short because all you do is eat breakfast, eat lunch, eat supper, and then put on your pajamas? What are we having for lunch?
Why do fingernails turn white at the end?
What do the traffic lights do at night while everyone is sleeping?
So if you can't rent a car until you are 25, is that why Daddy rents our cars since he is WAY over 25?
Did you know I can color with a sharpie marker and not sharp myself?
|photo by Ben Askins / flickr|
--Roger Lovette / rogerlovette.blogspot.com