Overheard in our house

Hailey (flushing the potty) :  Bye bye poo-poo!  Have a nice day!

Victor (under his breath to me):  That poo-poo is so not going to have a nice day.

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  1. The Bloggess – where you learn how to be polite to feces and offend women. Is our society bass-ackwards or what?


  2. ROFL! at Victor! That was witty!

    My cousin used to have long, drawn out goodbyes with the toilet paper before she would flush.

  3. I’ve been out of touch for awhile and am sorry you have continued to be so sick. I just want you to know you are not alone. At five-months old I had spinal menegitis, was deaf and blind and was not expected to live. By the grace of God, I was healed – no more SM, no more deafness and blindness. However, my body has never been fully healthy – physically and mentally I have always struggled. I’ve resigned myself to the fact that my body will never cooperate the way I’d like it to and sometimes do think it would just be better to die now, but then I remind myself that for the most part, regardless of my health, my days are still good because I am surrounded by love.

    Be good to yourself.

  4. My niece Claudia ate some Rainbow Ice Cream one day, which is like a slurry of colors mixed together. Because she was at that age where adults had to accompany her to the bathroom, I bore witness to the birth of her first child — a monster turd so large and chromatic that Rainbow Brite cried. It was literally every color of the ice cream she ate earlier. She popped off the loo, turned to look, and squealed in amazement at her creation. “Wow, that’s a big poop!” she uttered. Yes, it was.

    She flushed the toilet. Then she stepped back, waved bye-bye, and exclaimed, “Bye-bye, lolli-poop!”

    I’ll never shit the same.

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