I just wanted to let everyone who comes by my blog to see what’s happening at Idaho Fishing Notebook know that I have been busier than an Idaho tater in a frying pan over the past week or so.
My wife, Diane and I, just completed our move to a brand new apartment building across town. Everybody loves moving right? Well, we have declared that this might be the last move our “senior” bodies can take. Very happy with the new place though and finally getting back in sync with some sort of general routine. I spent this morning frantically catching up on what my BlogBuddies have been doing over the past week or so. (I really am afraid I am going to miss something!) The blogging world awaits me! Anyway, the move went smoothly and I am back online now and ready to fight off the stress of everyday life by sharing a little humor with you.
I would like you to meet my (6) year old granddaughter, Jozee. (Better known by her nickname, The Bird)
This is “The Bird” modeling a good looking straw hat while we were visiting West Yellowstone, Montana, on a summer trip. Now “The Bird” and Grampaw (That’s me) have a special relationship. Though, not unlike any other grandfather and granddaughter.
Well, you see during the week of our big move, “The Bird” informs me that she wants me to go to school with her (First Grade) so she could show me off on Show & Tell day. Oh, alright! Somehow Grampaw will fit that into his hectic efforts hauling things from the U-haul up the stairs into our new apartment.
That was supposed to occur this morning. However, last night I called “The Bird” to talk with her on the phone to say hello. Well, direct from the mouth of a (6) year old cute little blonde comes the following statement:
“Grampaw, my teacho’ said I couldn’t bring you to school fo’ Show & Tell day”. I asked her ” Why not”? She responded:
“Grampaw, she says I can’t bring you cause you don’t fit into a cawdbode box”.
Wife and I laughed until we almost cried. Love ya’ Bird!