Bemused but thankful

11454297503_e27946e4ff_hAs I walked down the hallway, a young child, unknown to me, stopped me.  He looked up at me, his big brown eyes intent.
“Do you know what?” he asked, quite earnestly.
“No, what?” I asked.
“Sometimes I call my sister Sweet Cheeks,” he said.
And then before I could respond, he was dancing out the door to recess, leaving me with a bemused smile on my face and a deep thankfulness for the whimsical joy of working with children.

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5 thoughts on “Bemused but thankful

  1. Adorable! “Sweet Cheeks” – really sweet to think that he was thinking about his sister during the school day. Wonder if his sister is a baby? Sounds like something parents would call their infant.

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  2. Kimberley says:

    Children are good.Thank you for this reminder.

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  3. Sweet cheeks!!!! L.o.v.e. this. Little moments with kids who bring a smile to your face and a laugh. Perfect.

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  4. elsie says:

    Kids are funny, you never know what they will say. 🙂

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  5. Linda Baie says:

    Don’t you wonder why he chose to share that at that very moment. Seems joyful, too!

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