Friday, March 21, 2008

Kids say the darnedest things.

When I was little I was pretty sure of several things, heck I was more than sure, I was positive. I was positive that my stuffed animals all had hearts and I could never give any of them away because it would make them sad. I knew that Barbies were the greatest toy ever invented and that I should always keep them clothed because they'd get cold. I was pretty assertive to the fact that Michael Jackson was my boyfriend. And if that didn't work out, there was always Jordan Knight. I also knew that jeans were evil and bike shorts were the way to go. I was positive that Peter Pan was real but I would never see him because I didn't have a bay window in my room. I also knew that I would grow up to be either a dolphin trainer at Sea World or an acclaimed actress who got to paint on the side. I was a pretty smart kid actually, haha.

I was so smart that no one had to remind me to say "please" or "thank you" or "Merry Christmas!" I did it all on my own. And the same went for Easter. As a child I was pretty adamant about my Easter greeting, it was "Happy Easter Bunny!!!" all around. For me there was no "Happy Easter" it was only "Happy Easter Bunny", haha. Now don't ask me how this started because I really have no idea, but my whole family could easily vouch for the fact that that it is all I would say. And to this day, it's about all that gets said to me, haha. So with that, I hope you all have a most fabulous weekend and remember....


Happy Easter Bunny!

17 comments:

tipptalk said...

I called Jordan! So funny!

I was not allowed to wear biker pants, my mom thought they were too immodest. Can you believe that?

Valerie said...

OMG! I *SO* wrote "Dolphin Trainer" on a thing in 1st grade about what I wanted to be when I grew up. The teacher took photocopies of our heads and made us draw around them what we wanted to be. Mine was AWESOME because it had a DOLPHIN and everyone was really jealous.

I can still totally picture it, on that yellow construction paper star.

Deutlich said...

The only difference between you and I is the love for Jordan.. I was ALL about Joey Mac. Oh. Yes.

hahaha

bloggingbarbie said...

1. i hearted jordan knight.
2. happy easter bunny!
3. i'll remember to keep my clothes on. lest i get cold. ;)

happy weekend, lovely lady! xo

ana said...

Jeans were evil and bike shorts were the way to go -- Oh yeah, we felt so hip. Man I don't wanna go down that closet lane, what were we thinking???

Happy Easter Bunny! Have a fabulous weekend.

Lisa said...

You always make me smile. Happy Easter Bunny!

surviving myself said...

Sadly, MJ never would've dated you. You know, you being a woman and all.

Name: Y said...

Wow...taking it back to the New Kids...very nice.

Adele said...

haha i love this post!!
I dont think i have ever actually wished anyone a happy easter... i always say stuff like have a nice easter?! lolxx

Angela said...

Adorable!!

Happy Easter Bunny to you too!

Andrea said...

That is the cutest thing I have ever heard! Happy Easter Bunny to you too!

PS. Michael Jackson was MY boyfriend :D And I think when We broke up... I moved on to the lead singer of WHAM... not the gay one, the OTHER one :D

nerdgirlsspace said...

Happy Easter Bunny to you too girlie!

miss hautttefashion said...

cutee
happy easter bunny!

cdp said...

Girl! I heard NKOTB the other day on XM in the car while I was running errands and I totally thought of you.

Hope you're having a great weekend. Happy Easter Bunny!

Samantha said...

"I was positive that my stuffed animals all had hearts and I could never give any of them away because it would make them sad." - Is it wierd that I STILL sometimes think this at 30 years old????

Julie Q said...

hope you had a great Easter (bunny)!!!

aschlee said...

ooh yes I too believed in Peter pan 'n that somehow I would never grow up. Not to mention I of course believed in the easter bunny... I guess my mom leaving powdered bunny foot prints didn't help matters much :P but ooh to be little again 'n blissfully unaware of the truth 'n content in "knowing" what you know. :D good post.