By Jim Fay
Six-year-old Paul was at the family reunion when he asked his uncle if he could see the moths in his billfold.
“What do you mean?” asked Uncle Fred.
“My dad told my mom that you were so tight that if you ever opened your billfold, moths would fly out, and I want to watch,” replied Paul.
Regardless of how we feel about the school or the teacher, it is real bad business to say it where our kids can overhear it. Better we send a consistent message that achievement comes through hard work and listening to the teachers.
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