Wolfe’s Woofer: The Kiss

Sunday, September 6th, 2015


Dennis-Wolfe-Wolfes-Woofers“Melody called while you were out,” Sherry said.
“Did she say what she wanted?”
“Something about Davin. She said she would stop by later.”
When Melody came over she said, ”I have to teach a Splash ‘n Paint Class tomorrow afternoon at the Gallery and Glenn is busy, too. Can you pick Davin up from school?”
“Sure,” I told her, “The Grandpa Childcare Center is open. I didn’t even realize it was time for him to be back in school.”
“Classes started day before yesterday.”
I was there a little bit early although I’m not sure why. Davin is usually sitting in the corner when I get there.”
Class let out and children started leaving.
“Davin’s going to be late,” a little boy said to me as he walked by.
“Wait!” I called. “Is he in the corner again?”
“Yes,”
“What did he do?”
“He hit Melinda.”
Just then a little girl came out of class and ran up to her mom,
“Mom! Mom! Guess what. Davin kissed me today!”
“Oh, my God, Melinda! He kissed you?”
“He sure did,” the little girl said, proudly.
“How did that happen?”
“It wasn’t easy. It took three other girls to help me catch him and hold him down,”


 

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