Thanksgiving has come and gone. The leftovers have been eaten or made into something delicious like turkey pot pie. I had grand intentions of posting all the things I'm most thankful for this year, like a healthy baby boy named Jonah, funny and smart kids like Carter and Evan, a loving and supportive husband like Shawn, but I just never got around to doing it. (My list of things to be thankful for could go on and on by the way. I'm a very blessed person.) I even have a sticky note on my computer desktop with ideas for posts, one of which being what our menu is for the week. That's how life has been lately though...we haven't even eaten regular meals.
Even though our lives have been busy and hectic and a whirlwind, Carter and Evan still say the funniest things. So I'll leave you with this little conversation Carter had with my parents after seeing a commercial for an Active Adult Living Community on television.
Carter: Gran, why don't you live in a retirement home. You're retired aren't you?
Gran: Well Carter we don't need help yet...
Carter looks at Gran with a very skeptical look.
Gramps: We do live in a retirement home...we're both old and retired and this is our home.
Carter looks convinced.
The funny realization I had after this conversation is that the older I get the younger older people seem, but to Carter my parents seem really old, old enough to need assisted living.
Carter needs to remember though that his "Old" Gramps does silly things like this still.