Tonight I find a Word file on my desktop named, “Kennedys the nicest.doc.” Sometimes the kids forget and log on to my desktop. No big deal.
I open the file and find the following pie chart that graphs the niceness quotient of my family:
If you can’t read the key, all you really need to know is that Kennedy is the big green piece. It’s an active pie chart, which I’m not even sure I know how to make.
If you look at the stats that drive the chart, Kennedy is a 2000 on the niceness scale, while Holly is a respectably close 1999. Aaron and I fared much worse.
Under the chart, the text reads:
“As you can see here, I am the nicest person here.”
I love that girl.
I saw her doing this late last night. I was too busy harranging her to get to bed to do anything but notice in a far-off part of my brain, “she’s making a graph, cool.” She’d just ran back to your computer and started working furiously on it, ignoring everything around her (including me telling her to go to bed). I was trying really hard to harrang her nicely, so that must be why I got a 1999.
I haven’t met her yet but now I love her.
Funny. It’s a keeper. Better print it out.