Flora: What’s that, Mom? And don’t say gasoline floating on top of a puddle!
Jane: Um… well… that’s kind of what I thought it was. It isn’t?
Flora: No, that’s just what it looks like to the uninitiated. But you know what it really is?
Flora: Unicorn pee.
There’s magic everywhere.
And in the above spirit, a Facebook meme a friend passed on to my lovely Flora earlier this year:
Always be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn. Then always be a unicorn.
Now off you go and be yourself. Or a unicorn.
Unicorn pee, lol!! Seriously, got to love kid’s imaginations!! 🙂
I know, hey? If only we could hold on to that…
I like this so much that I tweeted and posted it on my FBook.
Thank you for your comment and thank you very much for reading my writing and giving it value.
My comment on this lovely piece of yours,
There is so much truth in simple words, easily overlooked in a puddle.
I want to hug her so bad. And then throw glitter on her.
She’s covered in glitter from nose to toes on most days. And fairy dust.
Your posts always make me smile. I love this kid!!!
Me too. Just a little. 😛
Your kid is awesome. Everyone needs magical unicorns in their lives!
As she said yesterday, “Unicorns just make the world a better place.”
Finally, there’s proof! I must go tell my girl that not all hope is lost. Unicorns are indeed REAL!
So real they pee.
Love this. I hope I raise a child who can be a unicorn. Or, at least, sees unicorn pee in puddles.
Unicorn pee! I love it and I’m totally using it next time there’s a gasoline spill!
Oh, I will definitely pass this little tidbit onto my daughter! We’ve had an invisible unicorn tied up to a tree in our backyard since this summer. Iris goes and feeds it everyday!
Did you hear this meme: “Unicorns are real. They’re just fat and grey and we call them rhinos.” 🙂
No! I’ve never heard this one either!! That’s great!