“Mom, do you think that machine can switch to Louisiana language?”
I never know what is going to come out of my Little Man’s mouth and this morning I was totally confused.
This past weekend I finally entered the modern world and got a Keurig. Ok, to be honest, I was at a fundraising auction and there was one that not many people were bidding on. Yes, I realize this is because EVERYONE on the planet already has a Keurig and I am behind the times. Anyway, for the sake of charity I bought a Keurig.
It turns out that I bought a super deluxe version of the little coffee genius. (True confession, I am deeply in love with my shiny metal best friend that lives on my kitchen counter). My Keurig is amazing! It keeps the water hot – not like the old model in my office. It has 8 settings for sizes of cups, yes 8 options! And while your delicious hot beverage is brewing it plays a little movie of coffee and the hills of Jamaica or wherever coffee is grown.
So, this little contraption is now the center of my Little Man’s world in the morning. He eagerly makes me a cup of Joe. I can’t figure out if he likes pressing the buttons or watching the movie more, but either way I am NOT going to complain.
Since my son is ever so observant he read every button and screen on the digital display. There is a screen that says “Española” and “François”. He asked what that meant, I told him that was for people who would prefer to read in either Spanish or French. He was cool with that answer, added milk to my coffee and went about his morning.
A few minutes later, as he was getting dressed for school he asks me, “Mom, does that thing show you Louisiana language?” I told him that people from Louisiana speak English or some natives speak French. “No Mommy, they don’t. They speak Louisiana.” I was a bit confused about what he meant. He said “well mommy they spell ‘go’ funny like ‘geaux’, but they don’t mess with ‘Tiger’ because everyone knows you can’t change ‘Tiger’.Oh dear! The joys of raising an LSU fan in Florida…..