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March 09, 2011

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Paulita

Clever and entertaining. I hope those poor children don't strain their fingers from pressing all those buttons. Do you have someone who could help them with that?

Suburban Kamikaze

Sigh. That would be me.

SK

Josie

Thanks, Pat. I can always count on a laugh from you.

MommyTime

I think I need to print this out and keep it somewhere handy until my children are old enough to read. Do you think you could do us all a favor and write a picture-book version for the younger set?

Suburban Kamikaze

It's the least I can do. Your edition of Grover's Alone and Together memo has raised the hopes of parents everywhere. If Grover can't get through to them, who can?

http://www.mommysmartini.com/2011/01/memo.html

SK

Cynthia

Dare I say it could be worse: If you were stuck in a part of the deep south where mommy says "mash" the button instead of press.

Suburban Kamikaze

Mash, press, push, it's all just so much noise to a teenager.

SK

ReenB

Funniest thing I've read all week. Thanks!

Suburban Kamikaze

You're welcome. Call back anytime.

SK

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