Nor did Jonas, tonight. His feelings were too complicated this evening. He wanted to share them, but he wasn’t eager to begin the Labrador Black I believe in Santa Paws Christmas sweater process of sifting through his own complicated emotions, even with the help that he knew his parents could give. You go, Lily, he said, seeing his sister, who was much younger—only a Seven—wiggling with impatience in her chair. I felt very angry this afternoon, Lily announced. My Childcare group was in the play area, and we had a visiting group of Sevens, and they didn’t obey the rules at all.
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One of them—a male; I don’t know his name—kept going right to the front of the line for the Labrador Black I believe in Santa Paws Christmas sweater slide, even though the rest of us were all waiting. I felt so angry with him. I made my hand into a fist, like this. She held up a clenched fist and the rest of the family smiled at her small defiant gesture. Why do you think the visitors didn’t obey the rules? Mother asked Lily considered, and shook her head. I don’t know. They acted like … like… Animals? Jonas suggested. He laughed. That’s right, Lily said, laughing too. Like animals. Neither child knew what the word meant, exactly, but it was often used to describe someone uneducated or clumsy, someone, who didn’t fit in. Where were the visitors from? Father asked.