Another 'Sara Bernhardt' is born.. watch out Hollywood here she comes.I love the dramatic look, Pat.be well and happy,Pam
zen and the art of being three.
At 3 years old, she sounds like a philosopher in the making.A wonderful post, thanks for sharing.
Oh that face and stance says it all! Such a cutie!!!
she is adorable and from the sounds she is very smart and will do great things
She is so cute! But she does look a wee bit frustrated!
Everything is nothing. A three year old just blew my mind.
I love that quote and I love that picture!! Kids are the best.
wow, outa the mouths of babes. are you sure she was only 3?
Great shot of your granddaughter. Love the shades. I'm sure she will treasure it when she gets older. I think that all great artists have the soul of their inner child intact and close to the surface. Which can cause a lot of personal grief but also amazing insights. You go girl...
Oh no!!!!Copyright her quote... I can see it taking her places!
3 is seem a little young to be having such an existential crisis. haha
She already looks like she'd own the red carpet. :)
That face right there tells a huge story.
This is the granddaughter in question? In this picture? She looks like the type to think everything can be nothing. Actually that could be the title for online dating (exclusive to divorced people, of course).Only kids can pull off angry to extreme cuteness.ツ my cyber house rules
She's only three and already wiser than most adults. She's a cutiepie, too.~
Pam - I think you are right! She's a few years older now, but still a character and a half...Thanks!Budd - "snatch the pebble from my hand."Morongo Bill - My pleasure! Thanks for commenting!Bossy Betty - All attitude and much too wise for her years.becca - You just may be right. thanks!Brian - Yeah, and that wasn't the last time she looked that way!Cheeseboy - Her statement blew all of our minds. She's made several since as well...Baby Sister - I'm luke warm about kids in general, but I like this one a bit...LOLmshatch - You are right! The brain to mouth filter has yet to be installed!Stickup Artist - We still all laugh about. I think you are right about the "inner child." Sometimes they cause a lot of problems also. (like mine did)Brenda - Oh yes! She's had several other great quotes. Many of the having to do with my age. Like "pappa, how old were you when the telephone was invented? About 50?"Tim - Yep! She was having one that day for sure!Salt - I belive she already things she does...
Oilfield Trash - It sure does! She is something to behold.Nikki - Yes it is! You are right, teens can't get away with it, they just appear to be sullen...Katsidhe - She sure is, just ask her! thanks!
You've got a new Bergman in your family Patrick:)What a sweet picture:)Have a nice day:)Hugs.
wow, how existential of her! I really like her style. if I had a daughter who had that attitude, I'd feel that I had done a great job. great photo.
She's obviously someone we can all learn from. A wise one. Loving the look too!Best,M.
OH, that photo is priceless! And she is totally adorable and already wise beyond her years...
Ha ha ha!! What a little diva! I LOVE that photo! She's ADORABLE!
LOL! Obviously on her way to being a director!Hey, where was the other Beer Can House photo? I looked up "Things to do in Houston" before we left and found something. It was the first I'd heard about it.
She's a rising star. Love the photo and quote. Maybe you could buy her rose colored sun-glasses, to switch up her perspective.(?)xoRobyn
From the mouth of babes!What a profound thought.
may be a budding little Buddha in your midst... she is a cute little thing by the way - absolutely adorable.
Oh how cute, Pat... Looks like you have a drama queen there...Don't all of us feel that way sometime though... Sometimes it does feel as if everything is NOTHING... I guess we all have days like that!!!! ha ha Cute post.Hugs,Betsy
I love the picture, she will grow up and impress everyone I am sure.
Berit - I think we just might! You have a great day also!Miss Becky - That's my girl! Yep, we are all pretty darn happy with her.m. - Oh yeah! Full of attitude and cutenessPam - Thanks so much! She's a piece of work, that's for sure!Marlene - She is a cutie! And she's very much like Ashley when she was little. Well, nobody is just like Ashley was...tapirgal - I'll get back to you on that one!Robyn - She sure is! I wouldn't change a thing about her. Well, maybe her stance on veggies...Talli - Yup, that pretty much sums it up!Jhon - I think so! She's my little buddy!Betsy - She sure is! Sometimes I think she was right, Everything IS nothing!!! LOL...Jimmy - Thanks Jimmy! She's really something...
A profound sentence to tumble out of the young lady's mouth. And she's very adorable.
what makes this even funnier is that she was younger than 3. right around 2, maybe. MAN that was SO funny! she was SO upset!!! i don't remember what upset her so much, but i do remember that moment, and all of us laughing hysterically. =) p.s. excuse me!!! what the heck is that comment supposed to mean? "well, no one is like ashley was...."pssssh!
Very cute tiny tot! AND very wise!!
How PROFOUND!!!! Even Wild Strawberries????Big Smiles!!!!J
M Pax - It sure was and she sure is!Ashley - I'm sure we'll be talking it about for years to come. I mean in terms of "personality." KaLynn - She is indeed both of those things!John - At that moment, I think she mean everything, even wild strawbetties!
Pat, she already looks like she has the acting bug...is there something in the water in California??
That's such a cute photo! I love the sunglasses!
haha I like the idea of a philosophical 3 year old
Neat shot! Though she doesn't look very happy ...
Chuck - Oh yeah! She's a bit of an actress already! drama...Alan - Yep, pretty darn cute she is.DF - Yeah, she's already too deep for me!Blue Wave - Just displaying a little bit o' tude...
Haha, an indie chick at such a young age. She might out blog you. Though I doubt it.
haha....does she take after her grandpa?;))))
(I meant the awesome attitude by the way;)Too sweet:))
Jesse - She just might! I love the fact that she reads like crazy!Dawn - I believe she does get some of her sarcasim from. In fact, I'm sure she does! Thanks Dawn!
she is adorable and very smart! :) best regards!
Good old Ingmar Bergman was too dramatic, we will not embitter life. The photo is a whole new life ahead of you to rejoice in life.
That stance, those glasses and that phrase are all indicitive of DIVA behavior.
Haha, that is excellent. She has a creative career ahead for sure. :) Plus I love that photo. It says it all.
A great shot... such personality evident in the capture...Gotta believe anything is possible...but I add the caveat..maybe unlikelyin my case.......
That child is adorable and will make one fine, angst-ridden teenager. :-)I hope she enjoys the drama as much as I did!Pearl
Wow, that is deep. Did a tootsie pop cure it?
Costea - Thanks so much! Nice to see you posting again!Leovi - You are right, he was MUCH too dramatic. So is my GD, sometimes...Kal - First class DIVA material!TVA - Thanks so much! She's a great kid.faye - Thanks faye. She is bubbling over with personality!Pearl - I've been to subjected to more than my share of tenage angst! Jenny - Frozen yougurt is her antidote of choice! (or chocolate)
your granddaughter was very nietzschesque at 3ish.
What a cute story and photo-
Chris - Yes she was! And even more so now! Ren - Thanks Ren! She's a cutie...Tess - Thanks Tess!
Hahaha! So cute!!She sounds like me when I was little....uh oh!
An angry child can come up with rants and arguments that are difficult to dispute.LeeTossing It Out and the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge 2011
Ah she's cute, she has a tude and she's a philosopher. She's going to be famous for sure. :) I like the reflections in her shades!
Very profound for a 3 year old! She is adorable!
Kato - Well then, that's an indication that she'll grown up just fine!altadenhiker - Oh yeah! Plenty of it...Arleee - That is so true!James - She's already famous around our house! I was thinking about posting this on Friday reflections instead. Maybe sometime in the future.Marguerite - she sure is! Thanks Marguerite!
Ah, we were only talking about this not long ago Pat, I think after my Bergman review.I like the quote.Cool shot too.=]
Anthony - I was going to tell whole story in my comment there, but remembered I had a photo that matched it. So I posted it instead!
Hahaha..This is super cute!
Great portrait. Greetings.
It could have been one of my daughters at that age!
Penny - thanks so much Penny!Japy - Thanks Japy! Reader Wil - It could have any one of my four....
The truth often comes out of the mouth of babes! She must take after her grandfather:):)
jeannette - Hmmm... I guess she just might have! I can be a little sarcastic!
it should have a place on her wall.
Arjan - I'm not sure I want to remind her!
You nailed this one Pat. Granddaughters are great subjects -- we have six.
The wee girl has a very good point. I wish that I had learned it a lot younger:)
awarewriter - Thanks so much! Six? wow! Only 3 here so far.Gwen - I've sure felt that way at times in my life! Thanks!
Aw, the wisdom of a three year old. They do see the world so clearly. She is adorable.
SQ - Little kids and old folks sum it up exactly how they feel it! Thanks!
Kids talk spontaneously and say what is on their mind. They are a marvel.
Perhaps she will, but she is far cuter than Ingmar. That shot is a keeper.Darryl and Ruth : )
Jerry - They sure do! You can't really get mad at them for it either!D&R - Thanks so much! Oh yeah, she's a keeper alright!
Oh, the existential angst!Kids are great for quotes, aren't they? My son, who has always loved math (and when he was little, the song "Frosty the Snowman") got mad at me for (deliberately and jokingly) butchering the lyrics to the song, and chided me "That's nothing! That's ZERO!"
Johnny Yen - They sure are! What a funny story! They sure let us know how they feel!
That's a wonderful line though! She looked mad..
Icy BC - She was pretty mad! We all remember what she said, but not why she said it!
I think I am in love. I don't even like kids. But that one . . .
Edie B Kuhl - She's a piece of work alright...thanks!
Oh that is funny. Very deep for a three-year-old.
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