I toiled over what prolific post to share with you all. Do I make these posts profound? Do I focus on what stirs the imagination?
Ah hell, you're still talking about Grandy here. You know darn well it's going to be all about what
So...Allow me to introduce you to the observation Grandy made over the last couple days.
We all know there is a double standard when it comes to raising boys versus raising girls. What's the saying? When you raise a boy, you only have one boy in town to worry about...but when you raise a girl, you have ALL the boys in town to worry about.
This was so clearly evident when Grandy asked her friend, DF, a question about a "boy/girl" party they were having at their house for Halloween, where Ty was invited to participate. I then asked hubby the same question...and it's amazing the different responses.
DF = father of a 7th grade daughter
Me: Will we be rotating through, peeking in on the activities in the garage during the party?
DF: Hell YEAH!! I'll be out there most of the time.
Hubby = father of a 7th grade son
Me: I asked DF if we would be peeking in on the kids during the party.
Hubby: What the hell would we need to do that for?? Let them be!
Oh boy...it's a good thing this daughter and the son are "just friends".
**Picture of little guy Grandy before school on Halloween. He wasn't allowed to wear a mask so he was forced to be a ghoul monster having a bad hair day.**
Hope everyone had a great Halloweenie!!SEE YOU TOMORROW!!!