...pictures of children and things I make for those of us who never grow up, and plants I grow in my little garden......
There's a log of those old sayings that the younger ones wouldn't get
Yes, our grandkids seem like generations from when we grew up.
Thanks for the laugh...i would never be able to find even that large of a needle. LOL Cute statement your grandson gave. Kids do say the darndest thing. Janice
Last night I was admiring a small lamp in my daughter's kitchen. I said it reminded me that I wanted to make a small one about the size of hers out of my parent's old percolater. She had no clue what that was. LOLAnd on a related note, I made a decision recently to start using old adages more to bring them into my grandchildren's vocabulary and consciousness. I started with, 'if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all.' Then I told them if they were growing up in the house that I did, they'd hear a lot of 'children should be seen and not heard.' :)
Isn't that the truth - and they have a language to themselves too!
That is so FUNNY!!! Yes, kids do not always get it when we say stuff!!Even my Amber (33 years old) is no longer a youngster! Someone asked her how she could have planned her wedding without pinterest. Amber was amazed and humbled that she married BEFORE anyone ever hear about Pinterest!! (I may not be spelling it right!)
Ah, the proverbial needle in the haystack. I do know what you mean about talking a different language ...
Peggy, What a cute story of your great grandson. I used to ask my granddaughter if she knew what some old adage really meant...so she would explain and most often got it right. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
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