G: Hey mom, know what e-colee is?
Mom: You mean e-coli?
G: Yea, whatever. You know what it does to your body?
Mom: Tell me.
G: It's a bacteria that turns your organs to pudding. (very exaggerated on the words 'organs' and 'pudding')
Mom: Hmm...do you know where that comes from?
G: Cow patties.
I think we are safe to just leave it at that for now. Don't you?
Today is a sick day. Not for me, but for my son. So after enviously watching him saw logs on the sofa until nearly 9am (can you detect the motherly compassion there?) he rose to read a little out of this book. (BTW, Every child should own this book. Their knowledge base is just not complete without knowing all the gross and disgusting things in this world. Especially if they turn your insides to pudding.)Thus, the conversation excerpt from above.
Note: Began this at 9:45 am. Picking back up here at 3:30pm.
So, we have been to the Dr. and back and have a case of "acute onset wheezing." Funniest thing I have ever heard. We chuckled about it some in the Dr. office while waiting for our educational lesson on using an inhaler and spacer. Do you know, they even bill the insurance for that education session? Yes sir. Marked clear as day, "teaching session" to be coded in for insurance billing. Unfortunately, the equipment used to inhale the medicine is not billable to the insurance company, but the 5 minute lesson on how to use it, can be. Can you tell I am on a soap box about this yet? I'm stepping down now.
So, we are now non-wheezing in the late afternoon. Laughing and able to finish a sentence without a coughing fit. Thank goodness, because while watching Blackbeard's Ghost, one can only help but laugh a time or too.