Welcome to “What the fly on the wall heard”! This is where I keep track of all the silly things said around here as we go through our life with four girls five and under.
Sophia quickly shoved a bunch of newly picked grass in my hand so she could run down the sidewalk as we were on our way home from playing outside, “Mom, can you hold these for me? It’s my fresh garlic!”
This afternoon at lunch, Paul and I were conversing about ranching life, how it’s dusk to dawn, day in and day out; how there’s so much work to be done; how it must help people to avoid the pitfalls of idleness to be so busy…
Sophia chimed in (with very excited tones), “And because they live on a farm, they don’t even have to stop to eat breakfast if they’re really busy; they can just go to work, grab one of the animals, kill it and eat it!!”
Gracie had a little something to add, “And they probably get a kitty-cat, and they’d kill it and eat it, and then put it inside the fence. And that makes perfect sense.”
I’m not lying! That’s what she said!
So just to review, they’d kill a cat, eat it, and put it inside a fence. All that would make perfect sense.
4 thoughts on “What the fly on the wall heard”
Wow…love how Gracie thinks!!! 🙂
Can’t wait for you to see her!!!
So funny–sounds like a Dr. Seuss rhyme turned nightmare! I love the fly on the wall series!
Thanks! I actually didn’t think there was going to be anything for this week, but they came through for me yesterday. = )