Mind Reader Extraordinaire

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The Daily Prompt:

Who’s the last person you saw before reading this prompt? Whether it’s a family member, a coworker, or a total stranger, write a post about what that person is thinking right now.

The last person I spoke to just before reading the prompt was my youngest daughter.  I think she is proudly thinking about how she got 100% for her science test today, and the afternoon of homework ahead of her.  She is such a clever girl.
I don’t brag about my daughter’s scholastic achievements often enough. I have noticed that people don’t like to hear other parents brag about their children and I don’t usually, but today, I feel like it…
On second thought, I’ll bet she’s thinking about something completely different 😉

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44 thoughts on “Mind Reader Extraordinaire

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  6. ConCays tu yous daughtew. Mommy always bwags ’bout us, and lets us boast ’bout us tu. MOL Dat’s why wees hav a blog and a FB page. Isn’t dat what blogs awe fuw?? Bwag all yous want. Meez be happy fuw ya’. 🙂

    Luv and Hugs and Kitty Kisses ♥♥♥

    Dezi

  7. Beautiful bell photo Michelle and you can always brag with your daughters here hon. The ones that don’t like it can just move on. You and your daughter should be very proud of her accomplishments. 😀 ♥ Big Hugs ♥

  8. I haven’t looked at how old your youngest is, but, if she is over 12, I bet she is thinking (at least a little) about boys. 🙂
    It would be nice if they thought about scholastic endeavors until older, that doesn’t seem to be my experience however, as a teacher and parent.
    Scott

    • My youngest has just turned eight 🙂 My oldest is 21, and I have a teen in the middle. All of them girls, so yes I agree with you; the boy stage is on its merry way 😉
      *Hugs*

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