I never thought Microsoft Excel could be used to do math. I always thought it was only used to plan vacations. Atleast that’s what amma does.
– Exclaims my 10 year old to her father, looking at me accusingly, as she discovers a whole new world with him.
Conversation with the kid as a new school year begins.
Me: So, what’s your game plan to conquer eighth grade?
Her: No game plan needed amma. I’m just going to enjoy it.
– Not quite the answer I was expecting. Now how is one to counter this? 🙂
Nicely played, kid.
Why do we have to be so complicated and worry about things like feelings, ethics and morality? Why can’t we be like animals? Then the only thing we have to worry about is “I have to survive”.
I’m not saying it would be better, just that it would be easier.
– Existential musings of my newly minted teenager.
Can’t we just go back to the toddler years when the only question I had to worry about was “What’s for dinner?”.
It’s always nice to have your parents’ hand in your business. A purely financial hand, not an executive hand.
– Says my older daughter on hearing about her cousin’s experiment with setting up a doughnut stall at her school fete. Parents’ money? Yes. Advice? No.