Tomorrow

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“Is today tomorrow?”

Luke’s existential question can begin to boggle the mind if you think on it too long. But to his mind, the question is simple: Do we finally get to do all the stuff you promised we could do “tomorrow” today?

“When are we going to Nana’s house?”

“Tomorrow.”

“When are we going to the pool?”

“Tomorrow.”

“When are we going to see our cousins?”

“Tomorrow.”

Do you see a pattern here?

So it’s no wonder he woke up yesterday morning, rubbed his dreamy blue eyes and yawned, “Is today tomorrow??”

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