Katarina: "This way I don't have to dress when I get up in the morning."
Thomas: "Okay, fine. But if you ever stay at a friend's house, who you are going to church with the next day, just don't wear your dress and shoes to bed. They will think you are weird."
Katarina: "Why are you giving me this information? I don't care what other people wear to bed. Some wear nightgowns. Some wear pajamas. Let's make a pie chart."
Tracie: *suppressed giggles*
Thomas tried, without success, to use "Let's make a pie chart" as a comeback to everything that was said to him for the rest of the night.
I tried to make a pie chart, but this was the only statistic I knew for sure to be true: Katarina wins conversations. Is it a ten-year old thing?
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