I'm grateful for the goodness of God in my life and for the little moments that make me laugh. Our son Caleb is a lego maestro and quite a deep thinker. We have taught our boys to ask good questions in their quest for understanding and knowlege. We have also taught them to be persistent. Well, Caleb is always persistent about purchasing a Lego set. So here's our conversation on yesterday. "Dad can you buy me a lego set?" I replied, "No...you don't have any money." He replied, "Yes I do; remember I still have gift cards and some money from my birthday party because Mom didn't let me spend everything at one time." I replied, "But you don't have any money on you." Caleb retorted, "You can buy it and I'll pay you back." "I don't give credit and besides that if I buy you a lego you might forget how much it was and how much you would owe me", I replied. Caleb responded, "We can write it down on a piece of paper, that way we won't forget, Dad." Then I said, "But what if you leave the paper lying around and we think it's trash and we throw it away; then, I'm out of money and you won't remember how much you owe me." I could only laugh out loud at the final comment he made that ended the discussion..."Dad, that won't happen because I always put my important papers in my little box at home."