Tuesday, November 7, 2006

What party?

When I went to pick Audrey up from preschool today, she came walking out of her classroom all excited.

"I voted today,"  she said, pointing at her "I voted today" sticker.

"Really?"  I asked, raising an eyebrow at her teacher.

"Tell her what you voted for,"  her teacher said.

"I voted for cookies,"  she announced.  "See?"

She held up a little ballot, with an blue marker'd "X" in one of the boxes.  (The ballot was marked "cookies"  or "brownies" with little pictures of each.)

"So you're a member of the Chocolate Chip party?"  I asked her.

"Mommy, you're silly," she answered as she dismissed me with a wave of her hand.

If only all decisions we had to make were that easy.

8 comments:

lanurseprn said...

I think that's so cute!!
Pam

jevanslink said...

Chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin.  Peanut butter or sugar cookies.  It's all downhill from here.  Mrs. L

mosie1944 said...

No kidding!  That kind of voting I could live with.

gifdude said...

Agreed. Woke up this morning to find all kinds of "bad" cookies.

Ron

astaryth said...

I think I would have to be an independent.... I like some Chocolate Chip Cookies and I also like some Brownies... Oh, who am I kidding, I want both! <LOL>
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candlejmr said...

OOOHHH, that would have been a hard vote for me...but at least I'd understand what I was voting for!  I think these politicians make it almost impossible to figure out who is telling the truth!

((hugs))
Jeanne

randlprysock said...

Awesome!!  I so wish voting were that easy!  At least it would be fun.  Hugs,
Lisa

ekgillen said...

I am so part of the Chocolate Chip Party!
(((HUGS)))
Gillie