>"She thought she could have them." I said, "Well ... they're mine
>but o.k. you can keep them"
I would probably have said, "Aren't they cute? I'm so sorry I can't give
you any...they belong to my school and are for chlidren's rewards. I
guess you misunderstood."
I have had to do this numerous times at the art workshops I give. People
just "load up" with art supplies from my centers. Kind of weird, really.
But it must be some new value system I have missed growing up in the 50's.
"So many things have made living and learning easier. But the real things
haven't changed. It is still best to be honest and truthful; to make the
most of what we have; to be happy with simple pleasures and to be cheerful
and have courage when things go wrong"...Laura Ingalls Wilder
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