Short and so sweet and obviously heartfelt. Bravo
I can relate... and I do agree. :)
Bee,Dangit, so simple, why couldn't I think of that! :)
My parents could relate to that. But there's always two sides to a brick wall.
Amen and amen,
yep- I have faced that brick wall too! and when I was a kid I was the brick wall!
Yes defineately!!! Love the simplicity of this one Bee.
Amen sister....this is soooo true! Love this Bee!:-)
Oh, ain't it the truth?
Thanks to everyone for coming over.I was once the brick wall!I wanted to include my husband but thought better of it! The word children 'rang' better too! That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!!
This is true I suppose - even though I am not a parent. :o) Nice write! Thanks so much for the comment that you left on my blog! It really does mean a lot! :o)
You've got that right, sister!
Brilliant! And thanks for your comment on my blog - I'm not a very prolific blogger, but when I do blog, I try to entertain!
OOh, that is so true! LOL. Well, I'll have you know dera Bee, I was never a brick wall actually! My darling children aren't too much either...my daughter being the exception now and then, but as with brick walls as they age, cracks do appear! :) Good cracks that is. I love your take on this photo for Magpie tales. you are clever.
Bee, you have a way of making everyday reality... poetry. love it!!
Girl in My Own World - thank you. And, you're very welcome!Spot on Nana Jo - laughing...........Thank you Carrie. You do entertain.Hi Mmm - thanks to you - nice to see you - my children weren't that perfect - almost but not quite!!Girldaydreaming - that's such a nice compliment - thank you so much.
Well said! :)
Better than talking to kids. No back answers!
You are always welcome here . Thank you for visiting.