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Lately, Mr. Peanut has been having some tummy trouble, with a resulting loss of appetite, except for his favorite treat, fruit.
So, a couple of mornings ago, in my car, Melissa (my ministry partner) checked, to see if he was ready to eat anything.
“Hey, Jo-Jo, are you hungry?”
His reply was loud, insistent, and repeated several times:
“I want to eat! I want to eat! I want to eat!”
Yesterday morning, Melissa called me. I could barely hear her, over the sound of Mr. Peanut, trying to talk to her in the background.
She told me, “Just a minute,” and the phone line was quiet for a few seconds. Then she was back.
She explained, “He just won’t stop talking! I had to go in the bathroom and lock the door, just so I could talk to you!”
A few seconds later, Mr. Peanut began trying to open the bathroom door.
When he was unable to do that, he began to repeatedly knock on the door.
A few seconds later, as I listened, Melissa started to laugh as her 2-1/2-year-old grandson began to loudly express his frustration, outside of the bathroom door:
“This is unacceptable! This is unacceptable!”
This morning, Melissa called, to tell me something hilarious that Mr. Peanut had just said and done, that had caused her to fall on the floor, laughing really hard until her stomach hurt.
She had just given Mr. Peanut a piece of breakfast sausage, which he had happily taken.
Then, she had handed him a second piece, telling him, “Please give this piece to Ahmari.”
He handed the piece of sausage to his 1-1/2-year-old little brother, who took it and said, “Thank you.”
With his eyes open wide, and a look of shocked astonishment on his face, Mr. Peanut immediately turned to Melissa and said,
“Oh, NO! He TALKS!”
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