What do you get when you cross a man, a kidney stone, morphine, and an iPhone with auto tune? Oh wow, you get real entertainment.
It is commonly known that one should not operate heavy machinery when under the influence of any kind of heavy medication as one may physically harm oneself. No warning I have seen says to avoid use of iPhone machinery as one may do and say things that one does not want recorded on a permanent record.
My son Tyson is increasingly able to communicate with us about the things that he wants and the things that he likes. We have known for a while that he was a fan of Roary The Racing Car but today cemented that suspicion.
I was sitting on the computer tapping away at some work when the show came on. Tyson ran over to the TV, sang along to the opening song, and then came over to me, pointed to the TV, said, “Roary ee Rara Car”. It was very cute.
Tyson, my nearly two year old son, has developed a keen love of balls and cricket in particular. He will turn anything into a bat…a broom handle, comb, coat hanger, or a very small stick.
We went to the park recently to play on the swing and there are tennis courts next to the park. Every time we go to this park he goes exploring for tennis balls and usually he has success.
I am learning to be extremely careful with what games I start to play with Tyson because he doesn’t let us play a game just once or twice. Oh my goodness we play over and over and over and over and over and over…well you get the point