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?


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!