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Shannon is acting like a kid her age who is living a life that is far from the typical 1960s household. She is also acting like a kid her age visiting other relatives in the 1960s. It is just the way kids are. They need limits set like when it is the proper time to eat ice cream and that it is healthier to keep the portions sensible.
He hair stayed the same even when she laid down. That takes a lot of gel and hairspray.
Shannon sounds like me at six. I was accused of being self centered because I said, “I know” to compliments. After I asked what I was supposed to say, I was told to say, “Thank you,” which I did from then on. You have to teach a child manners and be a role model to the child. They aren’t born knowing manners.
Why did the turtle cross the street? To get to the Shell station.
Why did the chicken go to the middle of the street? To lay it on the line.
Jack is an okay guy for someone his age.
Joel lives in the moment. He doesn’t think about where the money is going to come from, or he would have said to Rufus that the money would pay for the repairs to the cart. He wanted the money, but he wasn’t thinking of what he was going to use it for.
I think the lottery winnings are about gone.
Why doesn’t Bernice keep in touch with Zane?