"Keep scribbling! Something will happen." Frank McCourt

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Good?

ME
(Walking toward a high school student on the sidewalk.)
Hi, how are you?

STUDENT
Good. How are you?

ME
Good.

STUDENT
(Walks on by)

Good. Good.

What I gleaned from this conversation is that we were both doing fine. Do I still have it or what…you know speaking “their” language?  Right?
Good. Good, good.

15 comments:

  1. It's Good to hear that you've still got it.

    Have a Good day now :)

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  2. Oh girl, no doubt ya got it goin' on!

    Keep up the good work sweetie!

    Have a terrifically blessed Thursday!

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  3. Hi Teresa .. I think 'Good' is sufficient .. if you interacted more - they'd be 'shocked' .. it's after hours ... Wonderful post - that's about the conversation we get with kids isn't it .. still better than nothing or a grunt!! Cheers Hilary

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  4. I've got a teenager and I'm still not speaking their language! Ha! I think you did a good job.

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  5. This made me chuckle because it's so true. :) Nice to find your blog!

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  6. Next time try groovy and far out. I wonder what the response would be.

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  7. I imagine you do well in any age group.

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  8. Thanks for stopping by my place. I'm very glad you did.

    At least you didn't throw a groovy in there... that might have blown the whole language thing.

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