Little girl trying to play with/control 2 balls: “I’m babysitting!”
“First grade is horribler!”
-a first grade boy, during “-er/-est” homework
My sister just ate her oatmeal with a fork.
“I have no idea what we are playing here.” Lamented a first grade girl as she passed with a classmate making strange playacting noises and gestures.
I really wanna see Kung Fu Panda 3.
The middle schoolers had no idea what to do with the answer of “mostly classical” that I gave to their question of what kind of music I like to listen to. That and movie soundtracks. And sometimes CCM.
This new kindergartener has the biggest vocabulary of any I’ve seen so far.
• “Darth Maul is Darth Sidious’ apprentice.”
• “This is excellent! I can make anything I want with this clay.”
• “I’m taped to the ground with indestructible metal.”
• “I’m going to do something on the monkey bars. …If I have enough courage.”
• “Or, as a alternative…”
• “Do you think that would be wise?”
• “The name of the bad guy [in a game of pretend] is Carius Matoya.”
• “And when I whirled around, there was nothing.”
• “Can you see the pupil on this bug?”
• “I was just curious…”
• “Isn’t that oddly shaped?”
• “I love my rock collection. One was all dull on the outside but had sparkling crystals on the inside.”
•”If you look closely, you can see the shimmering on this side of this rock.”
• “I’m not sure, but I’m assuming it’s this one.”
• “I’m suspecting it’s made simply by mixing clay and water together?”
• “It’s a scroll. Which they used for paper in the olden days – papyrus.
• “I love Greek mythology!”
• “We have a situation over there.”
It’s much better to undersweeten peppermint herbal tea than to oversweeten it.
A windbreaker over branches sounds just like the wind.
These boots of mine made quite the stir the other day!
Kindergarten girl: “Ooohh! You’re wearing your new boots!”
4th grade girl:”I really like your violet purple boots. They really shine out.”
Random lady at the library: “I LOVE your boots!”
“I’ve been rapping since I was 4.” -7 year old
Some of the daycare kiddos:
“I don’t do anything for Earth Day. What are you supposed do?”
“You clean up stuff other people littered. …For the Earth.”
“Girls like boots, don’t they?” -my sisters’ 60-something male piano teacher
This song is my favorite right now.
Casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you.
-1 Peter 5:7