Me | "We're going for brunch in a Victorian toilet." Him | "Are you taking the p**s?"
Him: "What's that song? You know, the one with the line 'totally fixed where you are'. Mum and Dad look at each other, rather blankly it has to be said. 🙂 Then Dad laughs, "I think you might mean Total Eclipse of the Heart?" Him: "Yeah, that's it ..."
"Being the only one in our family with autism is lonely." * * The Boy might be the only one in our family with an official diagnosis of autism, but he is far from the only one to have it. 🙂
Me: "Hey, The Boy, I need a blog post. Can you say something funny?" Him: "No."
Him: "Does this mean I should stop biting my toenails?" Doctor: "I'm impressed that you can still put your foot in your mouth, but yes, please stop."
This year's word of heart is being recorded simply - one 12x12 scrapbook page a month. The Boy made me laugh by suggesting that he should appear every month. 🙂 In January, I chose a cute photo of our great nephews after they'd built a snowman: For February, I chose a set of photos taken … Continue reading Recording 2021’s One Little Word | Heart – January and February
"Make mine a decaf coconut oat latté, please. "
Him: "What's for supper?" Me: "Meatballs." Him: "Splendiferous!"
"Mum, are you off to do Pilates? Are you sure you wouldn't be better having a lie down?"
"You're not attractive, Mum." So said The Boy Child when I was midway through telling the story of being wolf-whistled at.