The Lady wears this metal bracelet. I told you about it. When she goes to bed, she puts it on her nightstand. She only takes it off when she goes to bed. Well, she puts it on after she gets out of that big water box, but anyway. Gizzy says it's a watch. Watch what? It's a clock. So why isn't it just called a clock? Come to think of it, the Lady has clocks all over the house. She has one in the bedroom, right near her bed. She has three in the table room, (One is on the VCR. I'd ask what's a VCR, but Gizzy says never mind.) She has one in the kitchen, one in the bathroom, one in the sewing room, one in the picture box room and one in the studio. And of course there's one on the computer, but you can only see it when it's on. Gizzy says there's even one in the car. (car?)
So why do peoples have so many clocks and why are some tiny clocks called watches? And how come you can watch a clock, but you can't clock a watch? I can watch Gizzy, but I don't have a metal bracelet like the Lady. And she can watch me without the metal bracelet (or watch).
I can tell the time without a watch. There's breakfast time, nap time, snack time, nap time, bath time, nap time, play time, nap time, lunchtime, nap time, play time, nap time, bath time, nap time, dinner time, nap time and, apparently, Lady time.
And bed time.
I think I need a nap.
And I don't care what time it is.