(Strip Number 6726, Original Publication Date, 19 June 1988)
Panel 1: We find John and Lizzie walking outside on a pleasant June day. When he points out that it's a beautiful day, she agrees.
Panel 2: Since she's seven years old and doesn't have a very big vocabulary, she calls it 'rememberful' so as to stick with the something-ful theme Daddy propounded.
Panel 3: The strip proper begins with her pointing out that when you have a kid, you gotta take what you get. He agrees with this.
Panel 4: She asks him if he's glad he got her; since she has yet to talk about problem hair, he is.
Panel 5: She then asks him "Know what?" which leads to his asking "What?"
Panel 6: The 'what' she wants him to know is that she's glad she got him too.
Panel 7: Since she's really sheltered and doesn't know any better, she'd choose him out of all the daddies in the world.
Panel 8: Since he's a sucker for flattery, he'd choose her too.
Panel 9: This prompts a 'really?' out of her because she's unsure of her place in this world and always has been.
Panel 10: Her declaration that they're lucky someone put them together would be more reassuring were we not aware of the depressing future.
Summary: This is where knowing the future makes nice things like this bad. Knowing that John cannot and will not cope with a bad mood of any kind tends to sap the sweetness out of pleasant moments like this.