THERE WAS CONSIDERABLY LESS INTEREST IN LOT 107, THE "LIQUID LUNCH" WITH LIZA MINELLI

Small Fellow's public school made it onto the front-page of the New York Sun yesterday, in the paper's look at the ongoing school auction season, during which several neighborhood parents associations have given private school groups a run for their money by raking in more than $100,000 to pay for teacher's aides and other goodies. One of the most notable items up for auction at our school's fundraiser was afternoon tea with Ashley Olsen, which went for a bid of $5,000. Of course, the most hotly contested objects are the art projects made by the school's kindergarten classes. The eventual sale price for the quilt made by Fellow's class fell in the middle range of these precious works, as several of the parents at our classroom's table confessed to each other that we'd have paid twice as much for the collage of painted hearts produced by the class down the hall.

SMALL FELLOW: THE TIME-OUT LETTERS

The following represents an undedited sequence of notes composed by Small Fellow last evening, during a particularly rough patch, and slipped to us during an extended time-out (accompanied by translations from the original spellings):

i SORRY c i c You gb

[I'm sorry because I called you "garbage."]

i SoRRY.

[I'm sorry.]

iM SORRY

i Wt to c ot

[I'm sorry. I want to come out.]

And so we let him out. And we made flags together.

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