Friday, April 3, 2009

Martin Quote

Emma [Looking up from her book]: What does fastidious mean?

Mom/Lisa: It’s means very clean or worried about appearance. “She was fastidious about her clothes.”

Emma: You’re not fastidious.


Lisa said...

Yes, I understand that fastidious more accurately means: "2 a: having high and often capricious standards : difficult to please b: showing or demanding excessive delicacy or care c: reflecting a meticulous, sensitive, or demanding attitude" but it made sense in context.

The JNJ Hasleton's said...

This made me laugh. What mother of 5 has time to be "fastidious," especially to Emma's standards?

Susan said...

Your blog delights me every time I read it! Thank you for sharing real life!

Patrick and Krystine said...

I love the "Martin Quotes" they make my day!