Kids say the funniest things–things probably picked up from an adult who didn’t realize what little kids remember. My friend’s grand-daughter just had a birthday. She’s a brand new eight and with definite ideas on fashion. Her Nana had just passed her a bulky package.
Eagerly pulling the tissue paper apart, Anya shook out the gaily striped summer top.
“Oo-oh, I like this top, Nana.” She pulled aside more tissue and shook open the pair of jeans. “But I don’t like these, Nana. Did Aunty Bee buy this? I’ve never liked the feel of jeans.” My friend confessed the parcel was from both her and Aunty Bee. At which point, the mini-munchkin announced, “If Aunty Bee bought these, then Aunty Bee has to return them.”
Days later, I met up with my friend Bee. “Hey, what happened with Anya’s birthday prez?” I asked.
Laughing, Bee said she had stopped by the…
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