Most important lesson from Kindergarten?
- Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. (This person is clearly a product of the Catholic school system).
- Don't eat glue. (It's an acquired taste.)
- Don't run after boys. Let them run after you. (Is power-walking acceptable?)
- Mrs. Adelman doesn't like me. (Sadness.)
- Guinea pigs will die if you drop them. (2 out of 3)
- Wash your hands before you eat. (Over-rated.)
- Be nice.
- Never, ever, forget $.35 for a Jell-O pudding pop.
To answer honestly, thanks to P.J., I learned to tie my shoes, a skill that has served me well every day.
What is the most important lesson you learned in Kindergarten?