Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Doctor My Eyes

I was driving the daughter to school today, as I do every day. We pulled into the school parking lot where I drop her off with the staff that picks up the students. While waiting for the cars in front of me, my daughter said to me, "Daddy, I'm not a human."

Naturally, I asked why my five year old was not a human. She replied "Because I'm blind."

I asked her how she knew she was blind. "Because I can't see my eyes."

How does one argue with that logic?

And how many people do you know that this definition of blind applies to?

3 comments:

Cassie said...

That's cute. Jack's still at the age where he thinks if he closes his eyes, I can't see him. He does that a lot when he's sneaking Easter Candy or when he's getting into something else he shouldn't.

Gramma said...

Hmmm...kind of like faith, I guess. She can't see her eyes, so she isn't sure they're there. What did you tell her, daddy?

Hann said...

LOL, she's too cute!