Our daughter called in complete frustration. “Dad, Mom, how in the world am I supposed to get my children to eat their dinner? I’ve tried everything to get them to try new things and eat things they aren’t fond of, but nothing works. What did you do when we were growing up?”
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“Seth,” the neighbor continued, “could you do me a favor and drop my cows a bale of hay in their feeder tomorrow morning? It won’t be hard." Seth was leery of accepting the task. The neighbor didn’t have the best equipment, and when Seth had worked for him before, something had always gone wrong.
Tasha, the only girl in my computer class, had played a prank on every boy. After she also played one on me, we organized an April Fool’s joke on her, making it look like she was married. I knew she was embarrassed and a bit mad, so l was somewhat surprised when she came to my office the next day.
Tasha, the only girl in my computer science class, had played a joke on every boy in the class. They wanted my help to get her back, but I told them I was staying out of it. That is, I was until she played one on me. Then I finally agreed to join them. We had a meeting to make our plan.