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The Day The Toddlers Danced
On Wednesday last week the moon and the sun in a sunshiny space, Decided to switch places. The moon would stay in the sun’s usual place Sun would go on vacation, around the world, instead. People got up, looked at the moon and went promptly back to bed. No one went to work, no cars were on the road, a gray day it ‘twas. No schools were opened, no banks, no stores, no wake-up song. The news did not come on TV because no one knew what time it was. We all thought our clocks and cell phones were enormously wrong. We yawned and we stretched, and went back to bed, and we slept It was so much fun, dreaming of brownies and cake and other such stuff. What a fantastic time we had, sleeping away while our toddlers were alert and awake. They were dancing and diving, riding their sister’s bikes, being so tough. The two’s and three’s met in the driveways and they hopped and they skipped. They ate chocolate malts, and twirled and giggled, for other’s pottying applauded. A day they chose to never talk about later, and none of those toddlers slipped. A Wednesday where sneaky, smart two-year-olds played, completely unguarded.
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