When I die, I know what I want to do with my body. I want it to go to a party for me.
Suzuki (watching Julian chop bok choy): So, are you "knife-certified?"
S: So, you got certified at camp?
J: No, I just got good at it in my "late six."
(Hugging Mama) We agree on this.
S: You have a pretty good vocabulary, Julian.
J: I use words even if I don't know them. I just estimate what they mean.
Janusz: Everyone has a TV.
Suzuki: Not everybody.
Julian: Not old-style people, like us.
I went from dancing to laughing to coughing.
We can build a machine that brings David and Julie over every day. It goes really fast. It breaks first, then you start flumping along and then you fall out, then you get back in. And you make sure your instruments are all OK and you start up again and you go flumpety-flumpety-flump until the thing breaks. And then you're here!
I'm your "eggy."
When I have kids, I'm not going to tell them about sugar. I'm just going to feed them healthy stuff.
Julian(discussing what instrument he'll play when he's in 5th grade): How about the fog horn? That's cool. I would play in a triple-sound-proof room, but the whole world would shake! Uh-oh, the earth is no longer in the sun's orbit!
Let's do some really good snuggling.
(Hugging) I'm giving you all the love I have for you. All my love.