(photo: kitties sent to me by a friend recently)
Conversation I had in the cafe yesterday:
Some newspapers were arrayed on a couple's table. I asked if they were done with them. Yes. So, I picked them up. "Oh,The New York Times," I said, aloud. I had wanted the Brattleboro paper. "Oh well, I'll read this," I said, going for second best. :)
A woman sitting in a lounge chair said, "The New York Times? May I see it after you?" She got up and searched some of the tables for another copy of the Times.
"Here's the Business section and the front pages, " I said. "I'll just read the arts section."
"Oh no, she insisted. "Finish it first."
"Really," I said. "I don't mind." I handed her the two above sections.
"You're a good sharer," she said.''
"I learned that in kindergarten, " I replied, proud of myself for thinking up a clever repartee.
"I'm a kindergarten teacher," she said. LOL
Who BUT a kindergarten teacher would say to another adult "You're a good sharer!"