Déjà Vu

deja-vu“May I be excused from the table?” my daughter asked.

“Sure,” I said. She ran away from the table, coming back two minutes later.

“May I be excused from the table?” my daughter asked.

“Déjà vu,” I said.

“What is déjà vu?”

“It means that I just experienced the exact same thing again. I lived through the same scene.”

“That happens to me,” said my son. “I dream something, and then it happens. Déjà vu.”

“Really? When?”

He couldn’t think of a specific instance.

Suddenly my husband piped up with a smile, “I dream that my kids will be loud and annoying, and they are loud and annoying the next day. Déjà vu.”

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6 Responses to “Déjà Vu”

  1. Hmm I guess I pretty much live in deja vu! 🙂

  2. Charity says:

    My kids fulfill that loud part every day too.

  3. LOL! Whenever my kids ask me what I want for an upcoming holiday, I always say, “Pleasant, obedient children.” I still have the same kids, though. 😉

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