Precocious Miss M

Published May 26, 2015 by lynn k scott

Yesterday, the lil miss accompanied me to my job.  She was so excited to come into work with me.  She was able to hang out in the office next to me, played on my phone, listened to music, was thrilled to stamp envelopes for me and then watched TV in the drivers’ room.

She was adorable and cordial to everyone I introduced her too. Everyone told me how cute she was and what a personality she had.  They engaged her in a variety of conversations.

Last night, the lil miss, was telling me how much fun she had at my office.  I let her know everyone enjoyed meeting her as well. She responded with, “Well, how could they not like me?  Make sure you just tell them I said thank you.”  I bit my lip and thought, she’s her mother’s daughter.  I was like that at her age too.

This morning on the way in, I thought to myself….Bette Midler is known as the ‘Divine Miss M’.  Since my daughter’s name begins with an “M”, I have dubbed her the ‘Precocious Miss M’.  I never know what my little, dark-haired beauty, will utter that will render me speechless.

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