Lars: Mama, are you afraid of the devil?
Mama: Not really, but I try to always be a good person so that I won't have to ever meet the devil.
Lars: Oh, because you know he's right here.
Mama: He is?
Lars: [picks up foot and points to bottom, near big toe] Yes, right here under your foot.
Each week, Lars makes a little book for school. He has to highlight his wordwall words in the text, color the pictures, cut out the pages (four to an 8-1/2 x 11 paper), figure out the page order and staple them together. He reads the book at home a few times, then brings it in on Friday for a class activity. He usually cuts each paper in half and then each half in half to get the quarter size pages. This morning, as he was cutting the second page, he suddenly broke out his radio sports announcer voice, "I'm going to make a sudden turn! Look here! It's coming up! And now, with my scissors, I'm...goooING...TO...TURN! I did it! I turned! Did you see that? [holds up page with one quarter size corner cut out] Mama, it was AWESOME."