"It's dark out."
'You like my drawing? I'll make a copy, only different."
I like that she's already thinking about working in a series...
"Do you believe in God?...I think it's cool for a parent to explain the choices that they make, and if they can, why they make them. But they should also show their child the whole world, not just a narrow slice of it. It's a tightrope walk: good vs. bad and how a parent presents such choices. These are questions that come up for me, and I'm sure, most parents, every day. Kids have a hard-enough time navigating through all the various pressures of school, status, etc., without adding "special" meals to their profile. Parents can't control their child's actions when they're not with them (sometimes even when they are), so will the child be cross-questioned when coming home from a friend's house to see if the lasagna served at dinner was meat-free? Who wants to be that parent? Who wants to ramp up the stealth and obfuscation so early in their relationship with their child?
Are we Democrats?
Where did that turkey come from?