You might be wondering where my son gets all his questions. My only reply is this: Where do socks go when you lose them in the dryer? – No one knows.
And so, without further delay, is another round of questions from a curious young mind.
“Do you need a pogo stick?” Ummmm, probably not today.
“If you were going to hit one of us, would you hit me or H?” Uh? Well, I don’t kn-
“How long do I have to take this medicine?” As long as it takes.
“What does hypocrisy mean?” Well, ummmm . . . Let me find the dictionary . . .
“Do you wish you had a deserted island?” At this moment . . .
“Do you have anything you need me to do?” YES!!!!!
“What do you wish more than anything else?” Hmmmmmm (Must bite tongue!)
“Which way is east?” Ummmmm. Hold on, I should know this one . . .
“In chess, if both players only have a king left, is that a tie, even if they don’t want it to be?” What the hel-
“Can I invite a friend over?” Probably.
“What’s your favorite thing in the world beside me and H?” Hmmmm . . .
“Are you going to take a nap?” It’s looking doubtful.
“Can I help you cook?” Only if you promise to try some.
“What’s your favorite sport after football and basketball?” Ummm . . .
“Do you think the United States will make it to the World Cup?” Hmmmm
“What’s your favorite dessert besides cookies, cake, and ice cream?” Ummmm . . . what’s left?
“What is your least favorite thing in the world?” Ummmmm (must bite tongue! Harder this time!!)