Friday, January 16, 2009

RIGHT TO BARE ARMS

Every parent, when holding their tiny baby, believes they are holding the next great inventor, president, doctor, or even actor. When they say their first word, we're amazed, and have every right to be. We let family brag that no child has ever talked so early or with such clarity.

And then comes the moment. The day the 'next president' comes home from school and says, "Mom, today we were learning about the constitution. And you know that part where it says, RIGHT TO BARE ARMS, well, I thought it meant right to have short sleeved shirts."


ON A POSITIVE NOTE....I still believe he'll be president someday.

A COWBOY'S HEART, available February 2009 at most major retailers.

3 comments:

Gary said...

When I was a kid, I had trouble with words, saying "accent" for "ancient" as example. :-)

You're giving the wrong url for your blog on your Facebook note, I think. There's no www in the Google blogspot addresses.

And too -- did you know you can set up Facebook to pick up your blog posts and use 'em as "Notes?"

brenda minton said...

Gary,
Uh-oh, thanks for letting me know about the link. I'll fix that-or try. Oh, and I had heard about "NOTES." But I'm not sure how to do that.

And thanks for stopping by!

Rhonda said...

Hey Missy! I'm glad to see you have a blog spot. Very nice.

On a lighter note... I was so proud when my little one came home from preschool and said, I know how to spell a word. And I said, what is it sweetie? and she said "SEX... S E X ... SEX!!"

That child never did win in any spelling bees... but she is one awesome mother today ;)