Telling a room full of six-year-olds that their classmate had died was one of the hardest things I’d ever done. They wanted to know why, and I simply didn’t know.
The Teachings of a Three-Legged Dog by A. Trevor Sutton You enter a room and count 18 arms and legs. Nine people are in the room, right? Wrong. You should have said 11 humans and a dog. Two people in the room have all their appendages. Four people are missing one arm. Three people have [...]