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 Category:  General Non-Fiction
  Posted: June 11, 2016      Views: 215

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From the mind of the four-year-old
"Gramps and Jadon" by Dr. Nad

I remember that day like it was yesterday. My four-year-old grandson and I were on a two hour road trip.

"I want to go to the store, Gramps," I heard his little voice over the din of the blaring sounds of the Morrison sisters.

"What did you say Jadon?" I asked loudly.

"Gramps, could you turn off that CD?" Jadon responded.

"Don't you like the Morrison sisters?" I queried.

"Yes, if you have a different CD,"

I chuckled inside, because we had been listening to the same CD for two hours straight earlier in the day when we had gone to Aunt Kristina's. I happened to know that this was his favorite CD entitled "Homesick". His Gramps had written the number 10 cut: "Get it Together." And Now on the way home, he had finally come to his four-year-old breaking point.

"Gramps, sometimes I just like silence!"

I Remember writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Begin your non-fiction autobiographical story or poem with the words 'I remember...' Complete the sentence conveying a moment, an object, a feeling, etc. This does not have to be a profound memory, but should allow readers insight into your feelings, observations and/or thoughts. Use at least 100, but not more than 1,000 words. The count should be stated in your author notes.


Author Notes
This was a very short but humorous conversation between a four-year-old and his Gramps.

The song "Get it Together is on FanStory"

This has 148 words.

The picture is courtesy of Google pictures
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