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December 11, 2005

Sleeping with grandma

Brian and I hold the following conversation one night:

"Dad?"

"What's up, Brian?"

"Could you do me a favor?"

"What is that, son?"

"Hmm...I just want to tell you....I am afraid of sleeping alone."

"Son, you have to sleep by yourself. You've grown since you were out of the the kindergarten."

"But...I'm just so frightened when I sleep."

"Why do you think so? What makes you be afraid of?"

"I am just afraid of....the dark."


"I know that, so I always turn the little light on, right?"

"But..I am still scared."

"Actually, you don't sleep alone most of time. Grandma is always here with you."

"But..."

"Come on. Be a big boy now. I know you can do it."


Minutes later..


"Dad..."

"Now what?"

"I just came up with a good idea."

"What is that?"

"You sleep with grandma and I sleep with mom. Let's have an exchange."

"..................."

2 comments:

  1. Hi Albert:
    I remember, When I were young I always tell my mom and dad that sentence.but now, I hope to sleep with my girlfriend.

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  2. Try not to be a two-timer, dude.

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