y daughter doesn’t cover her tracks well, at all. She does get up on her own and get ready and off to school with no prompting whatsoever. Then, when I’m getting ready to leave shortly after her departure, I never have to wonder what she had for breakfast.
…other trailblazing, or markings, from previously. That is an empty Pop-Tart wrapper on top of the recently folded laundry stack of towels.
This is one that I saw when I needed some Tylenol one time and my daughter had gotten some Ibuprofen a few minutes earlier.
Remember that old tag/graffiti game that was really big a while back? What was it, “Kilroy Was Here” or something like that. Well I looked it up and the origins of what it means and how it started are very much largely unknown, for sure. One site I found lists 9 possible reasons for the cultural icon catching on back in WWII and others even say it was in WWI.
Yeah, I have a version of that at home… However, the incidents are different today. Instead of some autographed icon and statement, it’s evidence of “someone” having “been here”.
I love my daughter, she’s the best. But, she’ll never have a career as a burglar, which is also great of course.