Speaking of ties, Daryl tried one day a polo shirt given to him by his ate Kay. It looked good on him. After a while, he put on a tie and marched to the old cabinet with a built-in mirror on it, took a good look at himself, then marched back to the sala again, then back to the old cabinet.
I was smiling but Papsie was not able to control what he felt. “It seemed that you wanted to be an executive in a necktie someday, huh, Daryl?” Everybody laughed. “It looked good on him!” said ate Kay who seemed proud that her brother liked the polo shirt she gave.
Daryl grinned. It was a grin full of thoughts. Whatever those thoughts are, I did not feel any qualms about them. My son is a conscientious individual who always lovingly thinks of others.