I have no words

“I don’t know why we bother making food,” I said. “You seem more interested in filling up on boogers.”

I didn’t get the desired reaction. 

Without missing a beat, and with seemingly complete sincerity, he replied, “but sometimes I run out of boogers.”

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2 Responses to I have no words

  1. Lisa Busch says:

    So, I haven’t even congratulated you on your new baby, and yet, I could not pass up commenting on this. I could just die that is so funny.

    You guys sound like you are doing well. We are plugging along. You might be interested in knowing that Craig and Michael have decided to go the traditional school route. It has been a big change, and overall, a good one.

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