Tuesday, May 30, 2006

RINGING A BELL
My son has a communication disorder, several actually, and he continually reminds me how our English language is so confusing.
"Tell me about the bell," he asked from the backseat of the car yesterday.
"The bell?"
"The bell you won't ring."
"Huh?"
"You said you weren't going to ring a bell."
"Ahhhhh! I said, 'That doesn't ring a bell.' That means it is not sounding familiar. I am not remembering that."
"Well, I'm not going to ring that bell, either!" he shouted. We're both confused, but at least we have each other.

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