Some days I bring some kids up to eat lunch with me . . .it's good to get to know them as people. We talk like adults, just asking about each other's weekends and such. They asked about my lunch, which was clearly not from a place near here.
"Well, it's a funny story," I said. "I was walking down the street--"
Kevin interrupted, "And you got eaten by a shark."
" . . .no. But I had had a big brunch and--"
Amaris' turn. "If this has something to do with a bathroom, I don't want to hear about it."
Of course it did . . .
Elementary kids in Brooklyn say the dangedest things
- ► 2010 (41)