Me: So, how are your grades?
Kid: Pretty good, except for math. I got a C. (sounds frustrated), But I REALLY AM TRYING.
Me: C is not so bad.
Kid: Dad gets upset. He thinks in order to get into a good school, I need A’s and B’s.
Me: What? Like God can’t overcome a C if he wants you at a good school?
Kid: That’s what I SAY.
Me: You know not to mention that came from me, right?
Kid: No problem.
2 thoughts on “Conversation with a FRIEND’S child”
Luke will want YOU to be his mom! Lisa
YOU ARE THE BEST..COME FOR THANKSGIVING AND STAY A MONTH….
ARE WE GOING TO BE FORGIVEN FOR SPENDING CHRISTMAS WITH A BUNCH OF BRIDGE PLAYING STRANGERS INSTEAD OF OUR BELOVED FAMILY. ( I’M TRYING TO ENSURE AN INVITE FOR CHRISTMAS 2010)