How cute !
I had my jacket on when I came out this morning, expecting the weather to be like it was the rest of the week. What was I thinking ?!
I did the same thing. I looked at the weather forecast, thought, "Oh, it's better to be prepared," donned my long coat and then had to carry it around most of the day. Bah!
I did that with my tweed jacket. The thing itches when you carry it rather than wear it !
Three years old and already saving the lives of beautiful women? This little French boy's life is set. ;)
I think this is what 3_nic
must have been like when he was a wee lad. ;-)
Oh, no, he beats me by 20 years, at the very least :)
Heh, you're still a 'girl' :-)
I've been totally upgraded to 'nice lady' in the last couple of years, which is a bit of a disconcerting change...
Heh. Sometimes I'm a 'girl,' sometimes a 'nice lady.' I know what you mean though. It was weird the first time someone (a teenager who could tell I wasn't) called me "ma'am" instead of "miss." ;-)
P.S. I keep using winky-smilies. Clearly I have spent all day outside a pub drinking Pimms and lemonade.
Damn, I'd just assumed you were flirting with me...
(Clearly I have just spent 8 hours drinking Japanese plum wine)
Oh, you can assume that too! (Er, Dan isn't reading this is he? ;-D)
Man. I think he might have overstepped the boundary between concerned and outright pushy. A person less kind than you might not have put a stop to his interventions without being confrontational. :-P
That is so, so, so, so cute. Oh my god.
Ridiculously cute. Did I mention that his fisherman's hat was orange too? And his trainers? His denim shorts were blue but other than that, it was orange all the way.
Beyond a shadow of a doubt, that little boy could have been ThePuppy. He continually watches out for strangers. As in, he makes sure everyone around him is safe.
His mum was able to share a wink w/ a stranger over the cuteness & thoughtfulness of her wee boy, & he was made to feel important & useful; you did a good thing, sweets. :)
I thought of ThePup when I saw him! He had a similarly expressive face, the curly hair and the clear blue eyes.
2006-06-05 05:47 (UTC)
A young fellow passing me by while waiting for a train told his father, "He's on the yellow line!"
I turned and told him, "Yes. Don't ever do what I'm doing."
I don't think either of us should become parents.
2006-06-05 16:42 (UTC)
In my case at least, you ain't just whistlin' Dixie, sister.
I seem to spend a lot of time saying that... i (supposedly) give advice to young teens and they are forever asking what i did at their age/what i would do now etc. I give an awful lot of 'hypothetical' answers. Or lie.
"Do as i say, not as i do." But if you do, don't get found out.
2006-06-05 16:43 (UTC)
No, no! Me now is a passably acceptable role model, but for God's sake, don't do what I did then.