Since I was a passenger, too, I had more attention to give, more details I could provide.
Horses spotted: "How big can horses get?"
"Different sizes. It depends on the breed. Draft horses, for example, are really big."
"Oh, WOW! Where do those live? In Africa?"
I am completely confused about what is so exciting about draft horses, and why he randomly guesses their home to be Africa.
"No, they live here, buddy. In the United States."
"I've never seen a giraffe-horse before. Do you think some day we could go see them?"
What?! Ahhh, DRAFT horses, not giraffe horses.
Yeah, your idea was cooler.
Landon poked his head into the laundry room and said,
"Do you know what concerns me about this room?"
Did my four year old really just ask me that?!
"No, what concerns you?"
"That pipe. I'm really wondering what it is, where it goes, and stuff."
Yep. That's a concern, alright.
I kept folding clothes. He proceeded to narrate a complicated life story for the mysterious pipe to himself. I think when it was all over, torpedoes, flooding, and catching air were all involved.
It sounded like he got his concerns resolved.
Me: They will bring the bad guys to justice.
Landon: Who's Justice?
Mom, I am creating a wheelchair accessible firetruck!
So when the firefighters rescue someone in a wheelchair, this little lift thing can help them onto the truck.
Wait, when did he learn the phrase, "wheelchair accessible"?!
Mom, what happens when you die?
Okay Then. Here we go. Biggie in the middle of a random moment. Let me collect my thoughts.
Oh, I know, actually. Your body stays still and your spirit self rises up in a little ball and says goodbye to everyone and then goes up in the sky to heaven. Just like in Epic when that flower queen died.
I think we can go with that one for now. Thank you, Epic. It was a rather lovely way to show it.