It’s Not All Mary Poppins

Today’s Snippet

D: I will be Jesus.
A: I will be da Mother!
G: I will be the Were-Rabbit!
A: He’s not in the Jesus book!
G: No, he’s in Wallace and Gromit.
D,A: Okay.

May 31, 2006 - Posted by | Arthur, Darcy, George, the things they say!

5 Comments »

  1. Darcy again. How is it possible to be so fond of a child I’ve never seen. Arthur too of course but there’s just something about Darcy.

    I get this picture of him. Sweet and accommodating. Whatever makes your boat float, George.

    Comment by Granny | May 31, 2006 | Reply

  2. Too cute.
    I’m sure Jesus would enjoy Wallace and Gromit.

    Comment by moe | May 31, 2006 | Reply

  3. Darcy and Arthur have great perspective.

    We just watched the Were-Rabbit movie this weekend for the first time (yes, we only saw one movie in the theater this year – Harry Potter!) and loved it. Everyone needs a Gromit to help them in their lives.

    Comment by Lady M | May 31, 2006 | Reply

  4. Someday I’ll get around to watching Wallace and Gromit. Perhaps once the kids have moved away to college.

    Comment by Mamacita Tina | May 31, 2006 | Reply

  5. Granny: “Whatever makes your boat float.” Makes me laugh just reading it. But yeah, Darcy does do that, though sometimes with a facial expression that tells you he thinks it’s a pretty silly-looking boat…

    moe: I’m sure you’re right. Good and evil, good triumphing in the end, ably assisted by loyalty and courage. Not so bad. And tons of clever-goofy cultural references thrown in for good measure!

    LadyM: “Everybody needs a Gromit”. I like it! Sounds like you are in my range when it comes to movies. I see in the order of 4 a year. Culturally impoverished, I know. But I’ll see your movies and raise you a couple hundred books. Different strokes.

    MamacitaTina: Babysitters! That’s what babysitters are for! But I know. Once you add the cost of the movie, maybe some overpriced popcorn, and a babysitter – that’s an awfully expensive evening out. When my kids were little, and I was single, I had a period when I rented movies. Mostly I rented stuff I could watch with the kids, because I’m just more of a book than a movie woman, but once in a while, I’d get one just for myself.

    Comment by Mary P. | June 1, 2006 | Reply


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