Time Machine

by MB

My 8 year old son was at the doctor the other day, and the Doctor asked what Ryan wanted to be when he grew up. He, of course, told him he wanted to be an inventor, and that he already had a blue print. The Doctor expressed interest and asked what it was and how it worked. Ryan responded with, It's a Time Machine. I don't have enough energy to run it, and I don't know where to get more right now. I also haven't found quite the right technology as of yet."

He is too cute! I love listening to how he uses his words.

That same day he had an EEG and asked the technician if the wires would put pictures of his thoughts on the screen. When the techncian said no, Ryan responded with, "Why not, it should be easy enough." Sometimes I think he has the whole world figured out. :)

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