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Loved it! I commented over there – but have to comment here as well, that was greatness! I love SJ!
Okay, what did you do to me? every single comment I’ve made required moderation. What did I say?? 😉
I wish I knew how to do such things. I am not even close to being that technically savvy.
Thanks – I really appreciate that. Did it make you laugh? I know you could use one and it makes me happy to make people laugh.
It did make me laugh! You were spot-on with the entire post and I really enjoyed it – and I did giggle as I was reading it because I could totally relate to SJ.
Cool. I saw your remark on the other site. I will reply to it.
Love this post Larry! I was laughing of the reasons why your son can’t be a golf announcer, ballerina and a bouncer ! 😉 (he’s a good boy!)
Cool. I always am happy to hear the posts make people laugh.
He really is a good boy!
Thanks again for the guest post! You’re welcome when ever you want to post something.
Send you an email about my idea so let me know what you think 🙂
Thanks Penney. I do appreciate that.
I saw the email. I’ll reply later today.
We sort of have a list of things our kids won’t be doing, either. I’ve made my peace with it, but I do admit that I’m still hoping that Audrey will become a hairdresser and Caleb a surgeon. Or vice versa, I’m not picky. I just want someone in health care and someone who can do my hair!
I have no need for someone to do my hair – not an issue of mine. I wish it was
You are so right – today everything is possible . . . and honestly, it’s not.
I don’t think you’re limiting SJ at all – I can’t see a kid wanting ONLY to go into one of those professions.
But, of course, he might change his habits as he grows up. 🙂
Yes, he might. Who knows maybe one of these professions or something like it will be appropriate in the future. Either way, I think he has plenty of choices.
As I am sure you realized, this post was mostly in jest.