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Zaffy: Mom, I had the worstest day ever.

Me: Oh no! Worse than the last worstest day ever? What happened?

Zaffy: I almost lost my three newest best friends.

Me: Tell me!

Zaffy: Well, my old-new best friend Sydney told my two newer best friends Brooke and Sophia, that I cut in line at the cafeteria. And they believed her!

Me: Well, did you cut in line?

Zaffy: No, I didn't! I didn't cut in line!

Me: Of course you didn't. Is there more?

Zaffy: Yes. Then Brooke told the teacher that I was yelling and the teacher believed her and I got in trouble.

Me: Well, were you yelling?

Zaffy: Mom! No! I wasn't yelling! <-- she's yelling here.

Me: Hmmm... you know, if I was accused of cutting in line when I didn't cut in line, I might be pretty mad. I might feel like yelling.

Zaffy: Okay, I yelled. But I did it using my regular volume voice.

 

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Comment by Kristine Castagnaro on October 15, 2012 at 6:43pm

Thanks, Becky! If only I could learn to yell at my regular volume voice.

Comment by Becky Dossey on October 15, 2012 at 12:38pm

aww that is cute!!

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