Madison’s Class


I had the pleasure of visiting my cousin, Madison's third grade classroom recently. She wanted me to talk about my experience as an author but her classmates seemed more interested in my experience as a firefighter. I only put a few of the kids to sleep, the rest tolerated my story and treated me well.

Thank you Madison, Mrs. Raver and the rest of the class for the opportunity to speak to you and answer your questions. (even the one about stealing the man in the wheelchair's boots!) I had a lot of fun.

3 Comments

  • Chrysalis Angel says:

    That is so cool. I bet the kids loved that.

  • PFDSpitfire says:

    You didn’t put any of those kids to sleep… I’ve seen it – they’re fascinated by you. Cut it out, Morse – don’t make me slap you. 🙂

  • Grandma Muggle says:

    Mike, I’ve seen you in action in classrooms. You do not put kids to sleep. In fact, as I have told you before, the little girls want to MARRY you when they grow up and the boys want to BE you when they grow up.I’m glad you still visit classes. Kids need heros to admire and to emulate. Yeah I know. It’s just your job. Maybe to you it is but to the kids you are so very special.Thanks for sharing with them.I’m proud to be your friend.Fondly, Pat.

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