A Tap on the Window

A small boy who was spending the summer with his parents at the seashore was told one morning that he might play on the lawn in front of the house, but he must not go to the shore. The boy disobeyed, and the mother was reasoning with him.

"Did you see me just before I started," said the little fellow, "and did you notice that I hesitated?" The mother replied that she did. "Then," said the boy, "why did you not tap on the window and help me a little?"

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