Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Did Moses Need A Chemist?

No, But He's Famous For Taking Two Tablets

Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON


When our son was little, I used to read him a story every night from his children's version of the Bible. So when we explored a bush property one day, I was delighted to see bulrushes by the side of a lake. I called him over and said: ``Do you remember the story of Moses?''

He said he did.

``Remember it was about the baby in the bul .....'' I said, trying to prompt his memory.

He was trying valiantly to recall the answer.

I tried again. ``Moses and the bul ....''

His face lit up. ``Moses and the bulldozers?''

15 comments:

Nessa said...

That's how the pyramids were made, right?

I want some Mondo Fruit.

Deb said...

How many chemists do u s'ppose they can keep in the Chemist Warehouse?

WalksFarWoman said...

David - I award you first prize for the oldest 'M' - Moses is a masterstroke! :)

My children had a very well worn children's bible, I still keep it. Lovely memories.

RUTH said...

Don't kids just say the sweetest things :o) Loved your joke ..LOL
Rx

Michal said...

good daddy. i'm sure that whether all the details of the stories sunk in or not, the memories made with your son during your nightly bible readings are a thing to be treasured.

NorthBayPhoto said...

Very cute story! And interesting photo to accompany it as well.

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Rachelle said...

Hahaha!!!!
That is so funny, and cute :))
Thanks for sharing!
Slainte~
Rachelle

Deborah Gamble said...

Bulldozers! Now that would have jazzed up the trip in the desert.

karoline said...

lol...kids are priceless works of art unto themselves..

k:))

The Egel Nest said...

Very funny David :)

Bradley
The Egel Nest

Neva said...

Cute story!!!!

Poseidon's Muse said...

Your son sounds like a doll David. Love the pic (I have a thing for vintage-looking ads and billboards). Great photo...

Amrita said...

We are living in the 1st century...the kids have to remind us.

Hin Man said...

You always make us smiling. Thanks for sharing your story. Always a pleasure to read your story.

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