We're Jason, Beth, Lee Anna, Sawyer, and Sarah Claire, a family of five living, learning, and laughing lots in Northern Africa.
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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Lesson Learned

Let's imagine that you, dear reader, were to attend a get-together around a swimming pool or other small body of water. At some point in the evening of our imaginary event, you might decide to change out of your swimwear into something a little more, shall we say, dry. After returning to the pool-side area, you would probably manage to stay dry for the remainder of the evening, assuming your friends didn't pick you up and throw you in. Well, based on today's little experiment, I would venture to guess that staying dry in such a situation was a skill you acquired some time later in life. Certainly not before your fourth birthday. I would also guess that if you and your brother did return to the water and get soaking wet right before a 45-minute trip home, your Daddy would not have been very happy with you. Hypothetically speaking, of course.

But then, you might say it was your Daddy's fault for allowing you to return to the aquified area after changing your clothes, mightn't you.

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