January 14, 2014

My Civic Duty: We learned in Kindergarten

There's a lot of sitting quietly, waiting patiently, and then responding quickly when your name is called.

One of the People in Charge just said to her group, in a most harsh and condescending tone:

"This is like kindie-garden. You need to turn on your listening ears, and know who your partner is as we travel through the hallways. We are all adults here, people."

Wowsers.

First of all, as a former kindergarten teacher, please don't call it kindie-anything.

Second, that last statement sums it up. We are all adults.

Now if you'll just direct me to my partner, my place in line, and the fingerpaints.

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