Thanks, I Think
I recently ran into an old student of mine, who said, “I always liked you. You never had favorites. You were mean to everyone.”
Lois Henry, Farmington, Maine
One spring day I was taking the roll in my secretarial class at our local technical college. One of the sun worshipers was absent. "Cindy won't be here this afternoon?" I asked.
"She went home to lay in the sun," a young woman in the front row answered.
Trying to correct her grammar without embarrassing her before the class, I whispered, "Lie."
"Okay," she replied in astonishment. "Cindy got sick and went home." Contributed by
Mary T. Upton