Scene 1: Getting ready for school…
“Grant, get out of bed.”
“Grant, eat your toast.”
“Grant, please put down the Legos.”
“Grant, please hurry or you won’t have time to play on the playground before school.”
Scene 2: Walking Grant to school….
“Grant, you better hurry up or you won’t have time to play.”
“Grant, you do not need to take each newspaper you see on the sidewalk and throw it on that house’s drive way.”
“Grant, I don’t want to get on my hands and knees and smell that flowering ground cover.”
“No, I didn’t see the kitty, but I will trust you that you saw one.”
“Buddy! Come on! If you don’t walk like a normal person, you will not have time to play on the playground before school starts!”
Scene 3: The kindergarten playground.
Grant is there about 3 minutes when the bell rings.
Grant: (loudly, eliciting laughs from parents and teachers alike)
“What!!?? I didn’t even have time to get my hands dirty!!”