Attending to Little Things
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I remember an evening I spent with two of my sons some years ago. It was an organized father-and-son outing, complete with gymnastics, wrestling matches, hot dogs, orangeade, and a movie-- the works.
In the middle of the movie, Sean, who was then four years old, fell asleep in his seat. His older brother, Stephen, who was six, stayed awake, and we watch宋奕佳ed the rest of the movie together. When it was over, I picked Sean徐大宝 up in my arms, carried him out to the car and laid him in the back seat. It was very cold that night, so I took off my coa皮德尔t and gently arranged福利区 it over and around him. When we arrived home, I quickly carried Sean in and tucked him into bed. After Stephen put on his "jammies" and brushed his teeth, I lay down next to him to talk about the night out together.
Kindness /kandns/ n. 仁慈，善行
Courtesy /k:tsi/ n. 承蒙；谦恭有礼，礼貌
Withdrawal /wdr:l/ n. 移开；撤回，撤离
Remember /rmem钱生天地b(r)/ v. 记住；紧记
Gymnastics /dmnstks/ n. 体操运动；体操，体育
There wasn't much response on his part. I found myself making conversation. I wondered why Stephen w易升宝ouldn't open up more. He usually did when exciting things happened. I was a little disappointed. I sensed something was wrong; he had been so quiet on the way home and getting ready for bed仁慈的小姨子,双语小故事，Attending to Little Things,小舞. Suddenly Stephen turned over on his side李金羽和陈蓉结婚照, facing the wall. I wondered why and lifted myself up just enough to see his eyes welling up with tears.
"What's w仁慈的小姨子,双语小故事，Attending to Little Things,小舞rong, honey? What is it?"
He turned back, and I could sense he was feeling some embarrassment for the tea大雄的钥匙城历险记rs and his quivering lips and chin.
"Daddy, if I were cold, would you put your coat around me too?"
Response /rspns/ n. 反响；答复
Conversation /knvsen/ n. 攀谈，会话
Disappointed /dspntd/ adj. 绝望的；懊丧的
Embarrassment /mbrsmnt/ n. 尴尬；困顿
Quiver /kwv(r)/ v. 微颤，颤动
Of all the events of that special night out together, the most important was a little act of kindne仁慈的小姨子,双语小故事，Attending to Little Things,小舞ss –a momentary, unconscious showing of love to his little brother.
What a pow针眼警官erful, personal lesson that experience was to me the仁慈的小姨子,双语小故事，Attending to Little Things,小舞n and is even now. People are very tender, very sen王氏君sitive inside. I don't believe age or e仁慈的小姨子,双语小故事，Attending to Little Things,小舞xperience makes much difference. Inside, even within the most toughened and calloused exteriors, are the tender feelings and emotions of the heart.
Momentary /mmntri/ adj. 瞬间的；时间短的
Unconscious /nkns/ adj. 失去知觉的，无意识的
Sensitive /senstv/ adj. 灵敏的；感觉的
Calloused /klst/ adj. 粗糙的，粗硬的
Exterior /kstri(r)/ n. 外部，外面，外表