“The city’s got trucks out, but I may need you to come scrape the driveway,” Tina replied.
“I can do that. Just let me know when. The kids will love to help clear. I should just give them shovels and let them dig. Run off some of that boundless energy.”
“Aren’t there laws against child labor?”
He made a sound of disgust. “Tsk, it’s not like we’re paying them.”
© 2016 Dellani Oakes