Sometimes the ideas just have to play through, and I have to execute the silly inside joke to just get it out of my creative way.
My husband and I are both lucky enough to have rather healthy parents, all 4 of them are in their 80’s. Hearing skills, not so much.
On a recent visit, one of the oldsters was describing a sound as something from a CHIMPANZEE. The other oldster in the room processed the word as GYM PANSY. And just couldn’t quite make the connection to the actual word.
I thought I would pee my pants laughing when the story was relayed to me.
All I could see was a chimpanzee in a Halloween type costume (think Elizabethan collar purple pansy) at our gym.
This is what happened. Offspring3 will appreciate it.
I do remember my mother planting pansies at our house in Connecticut (we lived there for almost 8 years – I was 3 – 10 years old). I remember weeding the flower beds. I don’t remember her ever planting them at other houses we lived in. I will have to ask her if there was something special about the soil or climate that led to her choice. Or if it was just something my grandfather (he could grow anything!) suggested.
I promise to move on to something more helpful & relevant! 🙂
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