Hey there all you cool cats and quarantine-ers!
Well, here we are 6 weeks in to Covid season, and about to open up in Oklahoma. I was hoping to blog every day during this time, but have been wearing too many other hats. Teacher, chef, parole officer, deep cleaner, mask wearing grocery grabber – all the hats and masks you yourself have been wearing as well. So, today I am ready to share with you some new, old, and previously viewed tales…
One thing I had planned on doing was looking back in our family memories for stories of my youngest son, who has Aspergers Syndrome. He is quite a unique cross of Sheldon Cooper and George Costanza and keeps us thoroughly entertained. While you are home, and moving slow, I thought you’d enjoy some portions of a little story I like to call
RAISING GEORGE COSTANZA
P: You know that tall boy?
Me: On your baseball team?
P: Yes, the one who’s sensitive.
Me: Hmmm…tell me what you think sensitive means.
P: Honestly, mom…I have no idea. I just hear words, ya know.
Me: So, he’s not sensitive?
P: I told you…I don’t know what that means.
Me: Um, well, it means he has a lot of feelings, and maybe cries some.
P: Welp, he’s not sensitive. Just tall.