Yesterday I saw this sign, at work:
Okay, folks, we’ve got a great blog post for you all here today. I can already tell that you’re gonna love it.
I’d like to be kind, right now, and explain how that last paragraph kind of quotes the introduction my 17-year-old son Aaron speaks in the one-act play “Serious Economics.”
If you know nothing of “Serious Economics” — which Aaron wrote and directed and kind of starred in with his kind and good friend Cameron — please be kind enough to read my blog posts from two and three days ago.
Now I shall be kind enough to show you the other kinds of photos I took, yesterday, from the office of social worker Erin, who seems to be kind to everyone:
Erin and I both know that being kind to others is very important, but being kind to yourself is just as important. Therefore, I shall now be kind to myself and do what makes my heart sing:
Be kind enough to take a look at “Serious Economics,” taped by a high school senior Aaron barely knows, who was being very, very kind last weekend.
I shall kind of conclude today’s kind post with one more “be kind” story.
Two days ago, Aaron sent the video of “Serious Economics” to N. Gregory Mankiw, the real Harvard economist featured in his play. Was N. Gregory Mankiw being kind when he quickly emailed Aaron back the following?
Thanks. But how did you know I keep a large nuclear warhead under my dining room table?
If you have thoughts about that or anything else I kind of presented in this post, please be kind enough to leave a comment below.
Kind thanks to all the kind folks who made this kind of post possible, including Erin, Aaron, Cameron, Luke (who was kind enough to put “Serious Economics” on his smart phone Saturday night), and N. Gregory Mankiw. And kind thanks to you — of course! — for being kind enough to visit, today.