more fisherisms

Feb 20, 2011

I was gone this weekend to an amazing Crucial Confrontations training. I will share more on that later…just want to let you know I am alive and well and have MUCH to digest, ponder, and work to implement. As I was reconnecting with each of my children, I asked them various questions about their weekend. One of the things I wanted to talk to Fisher about was his reciting of a scripture at church today. Our conversation cracked me up!

Me: How did your scripture go in Primary today?

Fisher: Pretty good.

Me: Tell me about it.

Fisher: Well, I almost threw up.

Me: Threw up? Why did you almost throw up?

Fisher (with an air of being annoyed at having to inform me of something so obvious): You know about that food that keeps coming up into my mouth?!?

Me (trying not to giggle): Yes, I know about how throw-up works, I am wondering why you almost threw up.

He didn’t have an answer for me. He just kept telling me about other things in Primary and we moved on to other things, so I don’t know if he was scared stiff, just a titch nervous, or if the almost-throw-up was completely unrelated to his scripture recitation.

He is so hilarious to me. He says the funniest things. I mean, why on earth would he tell me his scripture went pretty good (why doesn’t he know to say “well” instead of “good”, who is his grammar teacher anyway?) when he really felt like throwing up?

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