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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Life Lessons

Photo by Kathryn
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Suggested prompt...
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What life lesson is he teaching today?
Write in dialog or poetry or short story.



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Don't try to fill yourself up with too much of what's around you. You'll find you start to sink. Be true to yourself and who you are inside already. Do that, and you'll float along through life with no problems.

Dani

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7 comments:

christine said...

What you have to realise, son, is that when the humans come in, it's our job to keep absolutely still.

You have to let them turn you upside down, or spin you round til you're dizzy. They'll hold you under the water 'til you think your lungs will burst, just to let go of you so you pop up and make them laugh.

They'll put bubbles on your head, and make believe it's hair, like they have. They stuck this hat on me quite some time ago - I mean, a duck in a hat, how silly can you get.

But, as I said, it's our job to keep still, and just let them play. Their parents believe they can learn through play.

Well, John's in his thirties now, you'd think he'd have learned enough from us by now, but no, he still needs us to keep him company.

Watch out, here he comes!

septembermom said...

Wear a hat and you'll get more respect in the tub :)

Merriam said...
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June Freaking Cleaver said...

Son, don't let YOUR wife buy you a silly hat like this. It's hard to be taken seriously as a rubber duck if you're wearing ridiculous headgear.

Dani said...

Don't try to fill yourself up with too much of what's around you. You'll find you start to sink. Be true to yourself and who you are inside already. Do that, and you'll float along through life with no problems.

Simply Heather said...

Dani, wonderful! Absolutely wonderful :)

Merriam said...

Steer clear of the drain, avoid scented bubble bath, pretend you like being squeezed, and if you do all that, one day you'll grow a boat of your own.