Monday, August 23, 2010

Why is it?

Why is it.. When I eat frozen bananas I am fine? When I ate barely ripe bananas I am fine?When I eat bananas that are ripe. I take a bit I chew. i think wow this is such a sweet fruit yum. I swallow and work on something and then GAG. This is the only food that does that to me. I like it. I can eat  firm bananas but the ripe ones. Well the ripe ones don't agree with me. Weird. Just weird.

Why is it ... That my fancy Copic markers in the seperate bin are not as fun as the 100 markers in the drawer that say Crayola? hmm.. they appear to color the same to me, but apparently not for my son. Well the obvious reason is the obvious reason why I have them seperated. but mostly that is because I don't think you should color the tips with each other to see which color you get. That technique is definitely for Crayola. Love Mom.

Why is it ... My son prefers fruit rollups to fruit gummies? I don't get the difference? One day I will take a rolling pin and roll a gummy flat and show him. But I know he will roll his eyes at me and walk away with it.

Why is it .. the school my child goes to had the children waiting for pickup standing outside when it had been raining, but was still lightening very visibly and very close. so close that you could feel the electric charge in the air.  There most be a better way. This was a puzzler for me.

Why is it... Well mostly probably ... JUST BECAUSE.. Have a great day! Enjoy! Chris

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