I’ve told you before that our four kids are comedians. Not professionally, just happenstance-ily.
We were on a
Facetime call last weekend, all sharing what’s new in our lives, when Nicole
mentioned that she is seeing someone, and that he brought curry over and they
watched a documentary by a Swedish guy with a Hispanic name.
“What was in
the curry?” everyone wanted to know. She
listed a few ingredients.
“That’s good that he can cook,” someone said.
“And why does
the Swedish documentary guy have a Spanish name?”
She pointed out
that lots of people who live in Sweden are from somewhere else.
I frowned. I like the dolls in It’s a Small World to stay in their assigned spots. No hula dancers wiggling off to the igloo area, no one in a sombrero joining the can-can dancers.
There were more questions about the curry. What kind of rice? How was the meat seasoned?
our daughter-in-law, Tiffany, about her upcoming yoga retreat and she said that
her students’ trauma was a heavy thing for them to carry.
“Especially when they have to carry it doing all those hard poses,” Brandon pointed out.
Then Cassidy asked Brandon how many kids he has (which is zero), and complimented him on his Dad joke.
“I like how
Nicole mentioned she’s seeing someone, and all anyone asked about was the
curry,” I said.
“Well, and the
documentary,” Brandon added. Yes, good point. Another successful family
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