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Michelle: I really like this one Susan. Do you?
Susan: Turn around, Michelle. Let me see the back of it. I like it a lot. It fits well. It doesn't need any alterations. We must've bought the right size.
Harry: I like the color. She looks good in blue.
Michelle: I like blue, too, Daddy.
Susan: Try on the skirt and blouse outfit, Michelle-the one that Daddy wanted you to wear.
Michelle: OK.
Harry: Michelle has been a different kid since we've been married. She's never been happier.
Susan: And I've never been happier, Harry. I love her very much.She's been a joy.
Harry: We're very lucky, the three of us...and becoming part of the Stewart family, too.
Susan: We couldn't ask for anything more, could we?
Harry: Well...
Susan: Well...? Could we ask for anything more?
Harry: Well...we...
Michelle: How do you like it, Daddy?
Harry: It's my favorite outfit.
Susan: It's good for every day. It will be good for school, Michelle.
Michelle: I like it, too. I always like skirts that go like this. Do you want to see the winter jacket on me, Susan?
Susan: Yes, I do. Change back into your jeans, and put on the new winter jacket we bought today.
Michelle: OK.
Susan: What did you mean by"well...?" You had something on your mind when I said we couldn't ask for anything more.
Michelle: Is everything all right?
Harry: Everything is fine, Michelle.
Susan: Let's take a look at the winter jacket. Come on over here, Honey.
Michelle: It's kind of warm.
Susan: It is. That's why we bought it for you. This will be a perfect jacket for the wintertime when it's very cold out. But it's kind of small also. We must've bought the wrong
size.
Harry: Looks like we should've bought a bigger one. I guess we'll have to exchange it, too. I'm sure the store has others.
Michelle: I look silly! It is too small!
Susan: You're growing so fast, Michelle.
Michelle: Can I take it off? I'm hot!
Susan: Sure. Put it back in your room, and we'll hang everything up later.
Susan: Well, are you going to tell me what's on you mind, Harry?
Harry: I have been offered a job with a major accounting company in Los Angeles. I have been offered a job with a major accounting company in Los Angeles.
Susan: Los Angeles? That's a big decision.
Harry: I know. It will also affect you and your job, if we decide to go.
Susan: Wow! It sure will. But first tell me about the job, Harry. If it's a good one, then we'll make it work for us.
Harry: I have a client in the garment business, on Seventh Avenue. I do his taxes every year. He has a big sales office in Los Angeles, and the company in Los Angeles that does his major accounting work is looking for an executive. And he recommended me.
Susan: That's wonderful, Harry.
Harry: Yes, but it would mean that we'd have to move to L.A.
Susan: What about the salary?
Harry: The real discussion comes tomorrow. Susan, I don't plan to make any decisons until I have a chance to talk with you about it.
Susan: I understand, Harry.
Harry: And I don't have to make a quick decision. They know that I'm married and that I have a family.
Susan: Well, there's a lot think about. If it's a good job, then I've got to do some thinking about my career opportunities in Los Angeles.
Michelle: Is everything OK?
Susan: Yes, honey.

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Grandpa: Hello. Hello there. Are you ready for lunch with your grandpa?
Susan: Oh! Hi, Grandpa. Yes, of course, I am, but my mind isn't.
Grandpa: What's the matter, Susan?
Susan: A real dilemma.
Grandpa: Does it have anything to do with you and Harry?
Susan: Yes, but I don't know where to start.
Grandpa: Maybe I can help. Tell me what it is, Susan.
Susan: Thanks, Grandpa. Please sit down, Oh! Harry has been offered a job in Los Angeles.
Grandpa: Well, this something to think about.
Susan: There are so many things to consider. There's Michelle. I wonder if a move would be a bad thing for her. And my job. I don't know if I can get a good job in Los Angeles. And what about our family?
Grandpa: Can I tell you what I think?
Susan: Tell me.
Grandpa: I think that you're very successful and that you have a fantastic reputation in the toy industry. I think you could talk to Mr. Marchetta, and I think he could help you find a real good job in Los Angeles. He was very helpful to me, remember?
Susan: I suppose I could call him. But I'm not so sure that I want to leave New York, you, and the rest of our family.
Grandpa: Well, I'm not going to kid you, Susan. You know we'd all miss you. But this should be your decision. It's something that only you and Harry can work out.
Susan: If moving to L.A.is in Harry's best interest, I have to do what I can do to support him.
Grandpa: In every marriage, sacrifices have to be made by one partner from time to time.
Susan: And what about Michelle?
Grandpa: Well, What do you think?
Susan: I think Michelle is better off staying where she is.
Grandpa: What does she think?
Susan: I don't know for sure.
Grandpa: Well, you'll have to ask her.
Susan: I think I'm going to have a talk with Mr. Marchetta and get his feelings about my leaving. And about helping me find a job in Los Angeles.
Grandpa: Good idea.
Susan: I'll call him right now. No point in delaying. Thanks.Grandpa.
Bill: Harry, it's the perfect job for you. You'll love it.
Harry: It's a big decision for me, Bill. And I have to discuss it with my wife. I don't know if it's right for her.
BIll: She'll love it. It's a once-in-a-lifetime offer, Harry.
Harry: OK. Tell it to me again.
BIll: The company is Craft and Craft, the biggest accounting company in the country.
Harry: I know the company well. It's big.
Bill: The biggest.
Harry: Yeah, yeah. The biggest. When do I have to let you know?
Bill: Talk it over. Think it over. Let me know by the end of the week.
Harry: When would we have to move?
Bill: As soon as possible.
Harry: I also have my daughter to consider. I don't want to interrupt her school year.
Bill: Let me know by the end of the week. It's a great opportunity for you, Harry. Believe me.
Harry: I know.
BIll: Craft and Craft is the biggest in the country.
Harry: Yeah, I know. The biggest.
Susan: I think Michelle is asleep now. Let's talk.
Harry: I met with Bill York today.
Susan: And I talked with Mr. Marchetta. Did York make the offer?
Harry: Yup. He asked me if I want the job.
Susan: That's exciting, Harry. What was it?
Harry: A vice-presidency with the biggest accounting company in th country-Craft and Craft.
Susan: Aren't you excited about that?
Harry: Sure I am. But there's so much more to consider.
Susan: I talked to Mr. Marchtta.
Harry: What did he say? Did you tell him about me?
Susan: Of course, Harry. I want what's best for you, and I think I can get a good job through Mr. Marchetta inoios Amgeles also.
Harry: You're kidding.
Susan: No, I'm not kidding. I talked with him, and he understands completely. He has a major toy buyer in Los Angeles, and he's pretty sure that I can get a good job there.
Harry: Unbelievable!
Susan: But I think we should talk to Michelle about all of this.
Harry: You're right. We'll talk to her about it.
Susan: And how do you feel about taking the job in Los Angeles?
Harry: How should I feel? It's the biggest company in the country.
Susan: Well, then you feel good about taking it?
Harry: Well... I feel fine about it. Why shouldn't I?

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Michelle: I love my school. I have so many good friends there now. I wouldn't miss a day even if I were really sick.
Susan: Come and sit down for a minute, Michelle. I'd like to talk to you about something. Something important.
Michelle: What's wrong, Susan?
Susan: Oh, there's nothing wrong, Michelle. But your dady and I are talking about something that I'd like your opinion about.
Michelle: I know. I heard you talking about it the other night when I was trying on my new clothes. It's about moving to Los Angeles.
Susan: You're right. How do you feel about it?
Michelle: Well, I really wouldn't want to move, but...
Susan: But?
Michelle: But if you and Daddy wanted to, I guess you know what's best for the family and for me.
Susan: That's very considerate of you, Michelle. But what about your friends?
Michelle: I'd miss them a lot, but I know what it feels like to miss someone.
Susan: Honey, we don't have to move if you're no going to be happy about it.
Michelle: Does Daddy want to move?
Susan: I think so. He's going to tell us tonight about the job offer.
Harry: Well, how was everybody's day today?
Susan: Michelle was chosen to do the school poster for the play this year.
Harry: Congratulations, Michelle! That's something! And how was your day, Susan?
Susan: I see you're in a good mood. Why don't you tell us about your day.
Harry: I met with Bill York.
Susan: It's OK to talk about it, Harry. Michelle knows all about it.
Harry: Really?
Susan: Really, Harry. Michelle and I have all kinds of feelings about leaving New York, the family, and friends. But is you think you should take the job, we're behind you.
Harry: What about Michelle's school?
Susan: We'll move after the school term.
Harry: What about her new friends?
Michelle: I'll make new friends wherever we are as lon as we're together.
Susan: We're a family, Harry. Whatever you think is right for you is right for us.
Harry: I am so touched. The two of you are really something.
Michelle: We love you, Daddy.
Harry: And I love you.
Susan: OK. Now, tell us about your talk with Mr. York. Did you take the job?
Harry: Nope.
Michelle: What?
Susan: No? You didn't take it?
Harry: No, I did not take the job.
Michelle: But, Daddy, I thought...
Susan: Harry, you didn't turn it down because of me...
Michelle: Or me?
Harry: No, no. I turned it down because of me.
Susan: How's that?
Harry: Well, I began to think about you and about Michelle, and then I asked myself, do I really want to work for the biggest company in the country?
Susan: And?
Harry: And I don't. I went into business for myself because I like being my own boss. I run my own company. I'm a big fish in a little pond. I'm not really sure I want to be a little fish in a big pond.
Michelle: Oh, Daddy, does that mean we don't have to move?
Harry: That's right, sweetheart.
Susan: Are you sure?
Harry: I couldn't be more sure, Susan.
Susan: I'm glad if you are, Harry.
Harry: And besides, how could I live in Los Angeles when all my favorite people live here?
Susan: Your favorite people?
Michelle: Who's that?
Harry: The Stewart family, of course.

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Marilyn: "Rock-a-bye, baby, on the tree top, When the wind blows. The cradle will rock. When the bough breaks, The cradle will fall, And down will come baby, Cradle and all."
Richard: Hi, Marilyn. What are you doing?
Marilyn: Just sketching. I've been thinking a lot about our responsibilities in the past few weeks.
Richard: I never stop thinking about them.
Marilyn: I've been wrestling with question of whether I go back to work or not.
Richard: I see.
Marilyn: And I'm torn. I really want to go back to work, use my talents, and pursue my career in fashion design like we as a fulltime mother, especially when he's a baby.
Richard: I really understand, Marilyn, But you never have to worry about Max. There's Mother and Grandpa...and I can always arrange my photo schedule around your schedule, if that will help.
Marilyn: It's not the same, Richard.
Richard: Have you discussed going back to work with your boss?
Marilyn: Rita Mae called yesterday.
Richard: Ah! That's what's got you thinking, isn't it?
Marilyn: She wants to know when I think I'll be returning to the boutique.
Richard: And you said...?
Marilyn: I said I'd give her an answer in a few days...that I wasn't sure.
Richard: I'm sure Rita Mae will understand and wait until you're ready to go back to work.
Marilyn: Well, maybe she will, and maybe she won't. Who knows? If I don't accept her offer, maybe she'll find someone else in the meantime, and when I'm ready to go back, there won't be a job for me.
Richard: That's something to consider. You've got yourself to think about, too.
Marilyn: But I am thinking about myself. Don't you see?
Richard: What do you mean?
Marilyn: It's not just the job. It's also my career as Max's mother. That's the way I look at it. I have two career opportunities at the same time. My career as a fashion Designer and my career as a mother.
Richard: I never really thought about being a mother as a career. I guess you do have two career opportunities and a decision to make.
Marilyn: I hear Max.
Richard: I'll go to him.
Marilyn: No, that's OK. I'll do it.

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Ellen: There's your teddy bear, Max.
Ellen: He just loves that teddy bear that Grandpa Philip bought for him.
Marilyn: I took him to Philip's office yesterday for a checkup. You should have seen the look on his face when Molly gave him the injection.
Ellen: Oh, did he cry?
Marilyn: No, My dear little boy just looked up at me as if to say, "Mama, what are they doing to me? Help!"
Ellen: How did you feel? Tell the truth didn't you feel terrible?
Marilyn: I sure did. I held him closely. I kissed the top of his dear little head. He looked up at me. He tried to smile. Being with him helped.
Ellen: Helped him? Or helped you?
Marilyn: Being a mother is not easy, if that's what you mean.
Ellen: Speaking of being a mother, I've been meaning to ask you what you were thinking about regarding going back to work. I know Rita Mae called. I can imagine what is going through your head.
Marilyn: I'm sure you can, Ellen.
Ellen: There are so many things to consider. One thing that makes it easier for you is that you have us. Max will always have a family member to watch over him while you're at work. I didn't have that when Richard and Susan were born.
Marilyn: What did you do?
Ellen: I chose to continue with my career as a music teacher. We hired a woman to watch Richard and then Susan, and I continued with my career.
Marilyn: Do you think you made the right decision?
Ellen: I think I did. But when Robbie was born, I decided to give fulltime attention to raising Robbie. I felt differently at that time.
Marilyn: And you gave up your career as a music teacher?
Ellen: Not exactly. I continued to teach piano lessons at home.
Marilyn: How did you feel about being away when Susan and Richard were babies?
Ellen: I think I did the right thing for them and for myself and for Philip. We needed the money. Remember?
Marilyn: Well, we do too, Ellen. Everything I earn helps us towards getting that house we want and need.
Susan: I can't wait till he's just a little older. Our toy company makes the most wonderful toys for kids.
Marilyn: Max thanks you. I thank you. And Ricard thanks you. Now may I please say hello?
Susan: Hello. Hello. I miss Max and think about him all week long. We talk about him at dinnertime.
Ellen: Will you please try to relax? I've never seen you so wound up.
Marilyn: You seem to be enjoying the pressure.
Susan: The truth is, I am. My job is not an easy one, but I really enjoy it.
Marilyn: That is exactly what I wanted to talk to you about, Susan.
Susan: What's the problem?
Ellen: Marilyn's career.
Marilyn: Well, my choice of careers.
Susan: Choice?
Marilyn: My career as a fashion designer versus my career as a mother.
Susan: Why does it have to be one or the other?
Ellen: That's what I said.
Marilyn: How's that?
Susan: Why can't you do both?
Ellen: She's right.
Marilyn: Both?
Susan: Well, that's what I do. I have a job, and I have Michelle. I take care of both to the best of my ability. It's not easy, but what is?
Ellen: And that's what I did. I did both with Richard and Susan, and I did both with Robbie.
Marilyn: I thought you stayed home with Robbie?
Ellen: I did. But I was lucky enough to have a career as a music teacher which I could continue at home.
Susan: Why can't you work at home, Marilyn? You're very talented. Designing dresses is a career you could establish out of your home, couldn't you?
Marilyn: I don't know why I didn't think of it. It seems so simple now.for a year or two I could stay at home with Max and do my dress designs.
Ellen: And you could make your dresses at home.
Susan: Sounds like a great way to solve the problem.
Ellen: That could solve your problem, Marilyn.
Marilyn: I'm going to call rita Mae at home and ask her come by and talk about it. She want to see Max, anyway.
Susan: I think that really answers your questions, Marilyn. You can do it.Do your designs at home-here.
Marilyn: And let Rita Mae do the selling at the boutique.
Ellen: And you can both benefit financially.
Marilyn: I'm going to call Rita Mae right now. Oh, Susan, thank you so much for coming all this way form the city to talk to me about it. I hope you don't mind having taken so much time away from your busy schedule.
Susan: Are you kidding? I don't mind at all. As a matter of fact, I came to spend some time with my favorite nephew.
Ellen: I think you should call Rita Mae right now. I think your idea of working at home is perfect.
Marilyn: I don't know what I would do without you. I'm lucky to have you all.
Ellen: We are lucky to have you, Marilyn.
Susan: And so is Max.

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Ellen: Hi, big guy.
Marilyn: That must be Rita Mae.
Ellen: She sure got here quickly. That's a good sign. She must like you and your work, Marilyn.
Marilyn: I think she's just anxious to see Max. She loves children.
Rita Mae: Hi, Marilyn.
Marilyn: Welcome. It's so nice of you to come.
Rita Mae: Oh, I just wanted to see your baby, Max.
Ellen: Hello, Rita Mae.
Rita Mae: I haven't seen you since the hospital.
Ellen: I'm Ellen Stewart, Marilyn's mother-in-law.
Rita Mae: We met at the hospital. Hello. How are you?
Ellen: I remember. How are you?
Rita Mae: Oh, and there is Max! Oh! My, how he's grown! A little present for Max.
Marilyn: Oh, it's beautiful, Rita Mae! You shouldn't have.
Rita Mae: It's nothing. It's just a little present for Max.
Ellen: Can I get you some coffee or tea a cold drink, Rita Mae?
Rita Mae: Oh, nothing, thank you.
Ellen: Well, I will leave you two to talk. Come on, you big guy. Yes, come on. That's it.
Eleln: It's nice seeing you. Let me know if you need anything.
Rita Mae: Thanks, Ellen.
Marilyn: Thanks, Ellen.
Rita Mae: OK, Marilyn. You sounded like you've made a decision when you called me. I'm all ears.
Marilyn: I have made a decision, Rita Mae. I've decided to stay at home and be a full-time mother.
Rita Mae: I'm disappointed, but I respect your decision. If I had a child as cute as Max, I might do the same thing.
Marilyn: But I haven't finished telling you the other half of my decision.
Rita Mae: The other half?
Marilyn: Yes. I think I can stay at home and take care of Max and continue my career.
Rita Mae: Sounds interesting. Let me hear it.
Marilyn: Do you remember our talks about custom-designed dresses for the boutique?
Rita Mae: I sure do.
Marilyn: Why can't I design dresses for you here at home? And make them here. Have the fittings here, too.
Rita Mae: And I could do the selling and the pricing at the boutique.
Marilyn: Exactly.
Rita Mae: Oh! What kind of dresses would you design?
Marilyn: I've thought about that for some time.
Rita Mae: Yes?
Marilyn: Wedding dresses.
Rita Mae: Wedding dresses? Brilliant idea! There's a big market today in wedding dresses.
Marilyn: That's what I thought.
Rita Mae: I like the idea very much. And if it's successful, we can expand to all kinds dresses.
Marilyn: That's what I thought.
Rita Mae: As a matter of fact, I have a customer for your first wedding dress. My niece is getting married, and I've been trying to find just the right thing for her. Marilyn, you're going to design my niece's dress. That'll be our first one, and then we'll use it to sell others.
Marilyn: Do you really mean it?
Rita Mae: I really mean it. It's a simple idea, and it will work. You can certainly design dresses. I know that. And there's no reason why you can't do it from your home.
Marilyn: I'm so excited! I can't wait to tell Richard!
Rita Mae: If I had a baby like Max, I'd want to stay home and be near him all the time, too. You're making the right decision for Max and for yourself too, Marilyn.
Marilyn: It all sounds so easy.
Rita Mae: Now the hard work begins.
Marilyn: Would you like to see some of my designs that I've been working on?
Rita Mae: I'd love to . Ooh! Oh, that's wonderful! Ooh...

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Robbie: Morning, Grandpa. Is something the matter, Grandpa?
Grandpa: The editorial in this paper has my friend Nat Baker real upset. Ah! I'll read it to you. "The old library building on Chestnut Street, which has been vacant for over a year now, was supposed to be made into a community center to serve the senior citizens as well as the younger people of Riverdale. Due to lack of funds for the repainting of the interior of the building and for the furniture needed, the plans for the community center have been postponed indefinitely." He's coming over to talk about it.
Robbie: Is it tat serious a problem, Grandpa?
Grandpa: It is. Nat's not as lucky as I am, Robbie. He doesn't have any family with him. He lives alone and depends on places like a community center to be with people- people hi own age.
Robbie: But there's the old community center on Elm Street.
Grandpa: It's small, and the problem is that it's set up primarily for kids to play. Ping-Pong tables, soda machines, and lots of music. It's too noisy for some older people like Nat.
Robbie: I never realized that.
Grandpa: It's hard for some older people to take all that noise. That's why the new community center is a good idea. Part of the building for older people, part of the building for younger people.
Robbie: I see what you mean.
Grandpa: That must be Nat.
Robbie: It could be Alexandra. She's coming over this morning to help me with my math.
Alexandra: Hi, Robbie.
Robbie: Hi, Alexandra. Come on in. Do you want something cold to drink?
Axexandra: I'd love some cola, please.
Robbie: Cola coming up. I really appreciate you coming over to help with my math. My final exam is next Tuesday.
Alexandra: You're so good in all your other subjects. I just can't understand why you have so many problems with math.
Grandpa: Hi, Alexandra.
Alexandra: Hi, Mr. Stewart.
Grandpa: I thought that was Nat Baker who rang the front doorbell. Don't let me interrupt you.
Robbie: No problem, Grandpa. We're just having some cola before getting to tough stuff- math.
Alexandra: He'll do anything to avoid getting down to math lessons, Mr. Stewart.
Grandpa: I was the same way.
Robbie: Really, Grandpa?
Grandpa: Really. I didn't like math, I wasn't good at it, and I didn't like studying it.
Robbie: But you had to be good at math. You graduated from engineering school.
Grandpa: I was. But not in high school. For some reason, I couldn't get a handle on it. Then, in college. I became good at it.
Alexandra: Then there's hope for Robbie.
Robbie: I can't wait. You think I can just skip it now and get to it at college?
Alexandra: You'll never get to college to find out, Robbie, if you skip it now.
Grandpa: That must be Nat.
Alexandra: Sit down, Robbie. Let's get to work.
Grandpa: I'd like you to meet my friend Nat Baker. This is Alexandra Pappas, and this is my grandson Robbie, whom I think you've met once twice before.
Alexandra: Nice to meet you, Mr. Baker.
Robbie: Hi, Mr.Baker. We met before.
Nat: Where?
Robbie: In town. At the hardware store.
Nat: I remember now. Right. Hi. Hello, Alexandra.
Grandpa: Don't let us keep you from your math tutoring. Robbie. I know you want to get to it.
Robbie: Stay...stay.
Alexandra: I told you. He'll use any excuse to avoid math.
Nat: Did you read the story in the paper, Malcolm?
Grandpa: I did.
Nat: It's a serious matter for a lot of us. A serious matter.
Grandpa: It is. Come on out to the patio. We'll talk about it out there.
Nat: Thanks. Nice to meet you...again.
Alexandra: What's the problem?
Robbie: Come on? You'll hear about it.

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Nat: There is a way, Malcolm. We get our friends to roll their sleeves up and get to work.
Grandpa: It's certainly a good idea. If I could take a look at the place, I could probably tell what it requires to fix it up. How much paint, how many hours of work...
Nat: That's what I came to ask you to do, Malcolm.If you would supervise the refurbishing, I'll find the people to help do it.
Robbie: I'll help too, Mr.Baker. I can get some of my friends to go around the neighborhood and collect the furniture we need.
Alexandra: I'll help.
Grandpa: Tomorrow. Yes. We'll meet tomorrow morning, right here.
Robbie: Can we help?
Alexandra: I'd really like to.
Grandpa: Sure.
Nat: We might need you to come through with your friends, Robbie. Not just to go around the neighborhood asking for furniture, but to help with the paint job. That's backbreaking work and may be too much for us.
Robbie: I'll do it. I'll talk to them.
Alexandra: And tomorrow morning we'll all meet here to discuss the plan?
Grandpa: Come in, come in. Please, come in.
Nat: I'd like you to meet my friend Malcolm Stewart. Malcolm, this Joanne Thompson
Grandpa: Hello, Joanne. Nice to meet you.
Joanne: My pleasure, Malcolm.
Nat: And this is Abe Lucas. You must remember Abe. He ran the drugstore and used to play drums with the jazz band on weekends.
Grandpa: Oh, sure I do. Hi, Abe.
Abe: Hello, Mr. Stewart.
Grandpa: Malcolm, please.
Abe: Hello, Malcolm.
Grandpa: Sit down, sit down. Have some coffee. And I've got some delicious Danish pastry for you.
Nat: Where's your grandson Robbie and his friend Alexandra? Weren't they going to be here this morning?
Grandpa: I thought so, too. I'm surprised they're not here. Robbie left early this morning to meet Alexandra. Frankly, I thought they'd be here, but...
Nat: It's OK. I'm sure they meant well, but they probably had other things on their minds.
Joanne: I understand you used to be in the construction business, Malcolm.
Grandpa: I was, indeed.
Joanne: I wonder if you would take a look at the old library and make sure that it is in good condition so that we don't have to worry about any structural problems.
Grandpa: When can I do that? I'd be happy to.
Abe: We've got permission to go inside the old building during the week-Tuesday or Wednesday.
Grandpa: That's fine with me. I can do it either day.
Joanne: That would be very helpful.
Nat: I think the building just needs a good cleaning.
Abe: And a good paint job.
Joanne: Then we have to furnish it.
Grandpa: I wish Robbie and Alexandra had come to this meeting. They had some ideas about getting the place fixed up.
Joanne: Perhaps they'll show up. In the meantime, let me give you some additional thoughts and ideas I have.
Grandpa: OK.
Nat: Go ahead, Janne.
Janne: As I said, mostly the building just needs a good cleaning.
Nat: This place can be developed with one real intergenerational program.
Grandpa: That's an idea I like. A community center with the kinds of programs that fit everyone.
Nat: And programs that don't leave anyone out.
Joanne: It's asking a lot. But we can't do it without talking to the young people. Finding out what they want.
Grandpa: If only Robbie and Alexandra were here.
Nat: Don't be upset, Malcolm. We'll have a chance to talk to them later.
Grandpa: It's not like Robbie. If he says he's going to be here, he's here. I wonder what the problem is.

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Robbie: Hi, everyone. Sorry I'm late. But Alexandra and I have been busy at work this morning on the community-center project.And we brought someone along who can help. You remember Charles Maxwell, Grandpa? He's the editor of the Riverdale paper. He wrote some nice articles on Mom when she was running for the school board.
Grandpa: Yes, I remember. You were a great help.
Maxwell: Hi, Mr. Stewart. Hope to be a bigger help on the new community-center project. From what Robbie and Alexandra have told me, you people are making one big story.
Grandpa: Let me introduce you, Mr. Maxwell. This is Nat Baker, who's responsible for this meeting, and this is Joanne Thompson-and Abe Lucas, who used to run the drugstore in town.
Maxwell: Robbie and Alexandra told me what you need to fix up the old library. I am planning to write an editorial that I think will help you.
Grandpa: Let's go. What are your questions?
Maxwell: OK. Now, I have...first...a couple of questions here. Have you talked to the community council? And have you had an engineer come in to do an inspection?
Maxwell: OK, what do you need most of all?
Grandpa: People power. Men and women, young and old, to give us their time.
Maxwell: To do what?
Joanne: To help scrub the building interior clean.
Nat: So that we can repaint it.
Maxwell: And you also need bodies to do repainting?
Grandpa: That's right. And we'll also need some ladders and some brushes and some paint.
Maxwell: When do you need the volunteers, and where do they report?
Grandpa: I've got the council to agree to open the building for us on the next four weekends.
Maxwell: How about furnishings? Are there any special requirements that I should list in the paper?
Joanne: Yes. Here is a copy of all the things we need to start with.
Maxwell: Let's see. Four desks. Eight straight-back chairs. Thirty folding chairs. Six table lamps. Three end tables .One piano. This is a good start. These items shouldn't be difficult to come by once I print the article in the paper. This community has always been very generous.
Grandpa: I agree, Mr. Maxwell.
Maxwell: What you're saying is, in order for this center to succeed, we need to put together volunteers from the various generations of future users.
Grandpa: That's right.
Nat: And without their energy and stamina, there's no way we can complete this project.
Maxwell: I've got it. Now give m some information about how you see the building being used.
Joanne: Oh, here. On the ground floor we have the reception area...
Grandpa: It's here, Robbie. Charles Maxwell lived up to his word. "At the Stewart family home on Linden street yesterday, a group of caring Riverdale citizens gathered to plan the refurbishing of the old library to transform it into a new community center. The original plan by the council was tabled because of lack for funds.The new plan needs you . You could call it a community unity plan. It needs your time, and it needs your energy. And it needs your contributions of furniture, paint, brushes, ladders, lamps, et cetera. A list of these items and a volunteer form can be picked up at the Riverdale Press offices. By working together, this community can do anything to benefit its citizens, and we know you will all work together towards refurbishing the old library and making it a new community center. Charles Maxwell, Editor."

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Robbie: Hi, Mom.
Ellen: Hi, Robbie You're home from school early.
Robbie: Yeah, they're getting the assembly hall ready for the graduation ceremony, so we all got to go home early. Too noisy to study.
Ellen: Well, now that you're here, you can help me with dinner. I need those potatoes peeled and sliced.
Robbie: Mom, give me a break Alexandra's coming over to help me study for my math final.
Ellen: Well, in that case, you can wash the dishes and clean up after dinner.
Robbie: Can I invite Alexandra to stay for dinner?
Ellen: Of course.
Robbie: Thanks, Mom.
Ellen: You an Alexandra have become good friends, haven't you?
Robbie: Yes. I like her.She's a terrific person. I'm going to miss her when she goes back to Greece.
Ellen: Would you like to give her a little farewell party?
Robbie: Mom, that would be terrific! Maybe we could make it a surprise.
Ellen: Oh, I don't know. Surprise parties don't always work out.
Robbie: Well, we could tell her it's a graduation party for me. When Alexandra arrives, we'll surprise her.
Ellen: Well, I suppose that might work.
Robbie: I'd like to give her a nice going-away present.
Ellen: Fine.
Robbie: There's only one problem.
Ellen: What's that?
Robbie: I'm broke. I should have saved some money.
Ellen: I'm sure Alexandra would be happy with something simple, Robbie.
Robbie: I know. But, well, I'd like to give her something nice to remember me by. Maybe I could borrow some money from you and Dad.
Ellen: It's all right with me if it's all right with your dad.
Robbie: Thanks, Mom. I'll talk to him. Is he still in his office?
Ellen: I think so.
Robbie: Thanks, Mom.
Ellen: Robbie! Good luck!
Molly: Here are the X-rays you wanted , Dr. Stewart.
Philip: Oh. Thank you, Molly. Now, let me check them.
Molly: What do you think?
Philip: I don't see any breaks or fractures. Well, well. Thank you, Molly.
Molly: Thank you.
Philip: Come in! Hi, Son.
Robbie: Hi, Dad. Am I interrupting you?
Philip: No, no, no, no,. What's up?
Robbie: Can we talk?
Philip: Sure.
Robbie: I need some help.
Philip: Well, that's what fathers are for.
Robbie: Well, before I go to college, I have the whole summer...
Philip: Yes...
Robbie: And I'm planning to get a job for the summer.
Philip: And What sort of job?
Robbie: I applied for a job as a lifeguard at the community pool.
Philip: Sounds pretty good.
Robbie: Yes. I'll be earning pretty good money if I get it. But right now, I'm kind of short of cash.
Philip: Who isn't?
Robbie: And my friend Alexandra is going to Greece...
Philip: Nice girl. We'll all miss her.
Robbie: Mom says we can her a going-away surprise party.
Philip: Good idea.
Robbie: And I'd like to get her a nice gift...
Philip: What'd you have in mind?
Robbie: Well, a wristwatch, so she'll think of me when she looks at the time. Nothing flashy or expensive. Something simple-but a good one.
Philip: Sounds fine, Robbie.
Robbie: Well, I saw a nice watch. But I'll need a loan. If you could lend me the money, I could pay you back out of my lifeguard salary.
Philip: Well, I guess your mother and I can manage it. When do you need the money?
Robbie: Would tomorrow be OK?
Philip: You've got it.
Robbie: Thanks, Dad.
Philip: My pleasure, Son. Oh, and, Robbie...
Robbie: Yes?
Philip: You'll probably want the family car so you can drive her home after the party.
Robbie: Could I?
Philip: If you drive carefully.
Robbie: I will. Thanks, Dad.
Philip: My pleasure.
Robbie: You're OK, Dad.
Philip: You're not so bad yourself, Son.

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Alexandra: You ready for the next problem?
Robbie: You know what? I can't look at another number. How about a lemonade break?
Alexandra: Sure.
Robbie: Oh, by he way, when is your plane reservation for your flight to Athens?
Alexandra: Sunday. Why?
Robbie: Would you be able to come over Saturday night?
Alexandra: Yes. I should be finished packing by then.
Robbie: My folks are giving me a little graduation party.
Alexandra: Terrific!
Robbie: I'll pick you up.
Alexandra: That isn't necessary.
Robbie: My dad's letting me borow the car.
Alexandra: Oh, well, that would be very nice.
Robbie: About eight 0'clock?
Alexandra: Eight 0'clock is fine.
Robbie: Great! It's a date.
Alexandra: Who's going to be there?
Robbie: Just my friend Mike and a few kids from school.
Alexandra: I'm going to miss all of you. You've been like a second family to me.
Robbie: We're going to miss you.
Alexandra: Maybe you could come to visit me in Greece?
Robbie: I'm counting on it.
Alexandra: Wonderful! Are you excited about graduating from high school?
Robbie: Sure...and a little scared.
Alexandra: Scared? Why?
Robbie: Aren't you a little scared?
Alexandra: I was when I first came to the United States. I'd never been away from home, and I didn't know what it would be like. But then I found out that people are the same everywhere once you get to know them.
Robbie: I'm glad I got to know you.
Alexandra: Thatnk you. I'm glad I got to know You-and your family.
Robbie: Wouldn't it be nice if we could skip the examinations and get right to the graduation party?
Alexandra: It would be very nice. But that isn't the way it works. So...back to work.
Alexandra: Good night, Robbie. Good night, Mrs.Stewart. Thank you for dinner.
Ellen: Good night, Alexandra.Will you be all right?
Alexandra: Yes.The Molinas are waiting for me.
Robbie: Good night, Alexandra. I'll pick you up on Saturday night, OK?
Alexandra: Yes. Eight 0'clock.
Alexandra: I have to run.
Allen: Good night, Robbie. She's really a good friend, isn't she?
Robbie: Yeah.
Ellen: You are going to miss her.
Robbie: Am I going to miss her?
Ellen: That's what I said! You are going to miss her!
Robbie: I'm going to miss her, and my math teacher's going to miss her.
Ellen: Well, you can write to her.
Robbie: It's not the same.
Mike: How does that look, Rob?
Robbie: Great! Pass me the hammer.
Mike: You got it!
Sandra: You're sure Alexandra's going to be surprised?
Robbie: Absolutely. She has no idea that the party is in her honor.
Mike: Millie, did you bring the papes for dancing?
Millie: They're in my bag.
Mike: What did you bring?
Millie: Some rock 'n' roll.
Robbie: Perfect! Alexandra will love it! I can't wait to see her face when she walks in here tonight.
Mike: What about the cake?
Robbie: My mom's decorating it right now.
Ellen: Robbie, there's a phone call for you. It's Alexandra. She sounds upset.
Robbie: OK. Thanks, Mom. I'll take it in there. Hi, Alexandra. What? You what? Oh no!

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Millie: How about some music?
Sandra: No, let's wait till Robbie gets back from the airport.
Millie: Did she say why she had to leave today?
Mike: She told Robbie that her flight tomorrow was canceled, so she had to take an earlier flight today.
Millie: This is terrible.
Mike: Well, that must be him.
Sandra: Why is he blowing his horn like that?
Mike: I don't know. Maybe he's angry.
Sandra: Do you think we should take down the decorations? They'll just make him sad.
Mike: Too late now. We should have done it sooner. Oh, here he comes.
Mike: Hi, How'd it go?
Robbie: OK, I guess. Especially when Alexandra gave me a surprise...
Mike: Yeah? What was it?
Robbie: This!
Mike: Alexandra!
Sandra: Hi! What happened?
Alexandra: I called my parents from the airport. When I told them my friends were giving me a party, they insisted that I stay. So now I'm taking a flight on Monday instead.
Mike: That's great! Terrific!
Sandra: But how did you know the party was for you?
Alexandra: Well, Robbie told me when he gave me this.
Sandra: Oh, it's so pretty!
Alexandra: It's lovely, Robbie.
Millie: All right! Now we can really start the party!
Alexandra: No. Would you mind? I'd like to say something first.
Philip: Hear, hear!
Alexandra: I should just like to thank all of you, my friends, who have made my stay in the Unite States so wonderful. And to Robbie and the Stwart family for opening their home to me.
Robbie: We should thank you. You're a real friend!
Alexandra: And I also have a little surprise for you, Robbie. A little going-away present.
Robbie: Thank you.
Alexandra: Open it, please. I think you might be amused.
Robbie: OK. I can't believe it!
Alexandra: I guess we were thinking the same thought.
Robbie: You had it engraved!
Ellen: Read it, Robbie.
Robbie: "In friendship, always. Alexandra." I knew we thought alike, but this is too much! Thank you.
Mike: All right! Let's have some music!
Robbie: Miss Pappas?
Alexandra: Mr.Stewart...
Philip: Mrs. Stewart, may I have this dance?
Ellen: My pleasure, Doctor.

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Richard: Hot dogs. I love hot dogs. There is nothing better than a hot dog in the country.
Ellen: Hot dogs and mustard.
Richard: Cooked outdoors over an open fire. I wish I had one now.
Ellen: Do you remember when Daddy and I used to take you and Susan and Robbie to Jones Beach?
Richard: Oh, I sure do.
Ellen: We'd wait until dark and make a fire, and we'd cook the hot dogs. Oh, don't forget the mustard. And, oh, does anybody want ketchup?
Richard: I might as well take it along. And now to make sure we've got the hamburger patties. I have to remember to put them in the bag tomorrow morning before we leave.
Ellen: I'll remind you, Richard.
Richard: Mom, we really appreciate your taking care of Max for the weekend and giving up your free time.
Ellen: I love doing it. Susan and Harry have a sitter for Michelle in the city, and I'm taking care of Max. It's no big deal. I am happy to do it for you.
Richard: I guess Max is asleep by now. He's not crying anymore.
Ellen: Oh, poor baby. He's teething.
Marilyn: Well, he's asleep-finally. I feel so bad for him. It hurts so much when a baby gets his first teeth.
Ellen: He'll be fine, Marilyn.
Richard: Well, he wakes up several times during the night, and the pain is so bad.
Marilyn: I'm really concerned about going away for the weekend, Ellen, and leaving you with the full responsibility of taking care of Max. Especially with his teething. I wish he felt better.
Ellen: Please don't worry, Marilyn. Remember your father-in-law's a pediatrician. We have a live-in doctor if there's a problem I can't handle.
Richard: I agree, Marilyn. We really don't have to be overly concerned.
Richard: I'll go upstairs and stay with him until he falls asleep again.
Marilyn: Thanks, Richard. Try putting him across your lap on his stomach. He likes that.
Richard: I"ll try it.
Ellen: When are Susan and Harry Picking you up, Marilyn?
Marilyn: They're coming by at six tomorrow morning, so we can get an early start.
Ellen: That's nice. And you'll have a full day in the country.
Marilyn: And a full night. Tomorrow night we'll be camping out in tents.
Ellen: And coming home on Sunday?
Marilyn: We'll be heading back late in the afternoon.
Ellen: You're going to have the time of your lives. Camping out is such great fun.
Marilyn: We'll have a great time camping out, I'm sure. But I'm still a little worried about you, Ellen.
Ellen: It will be my great pleasure, Marilyn. Remember, it's only one night.
Richard: He's asleep. I think he'll sleep through the night now.
Marilyn: Thanks, honey. I hope he's good when we're away.
Richard: Well, so do I. Now, to check the list of things we need for the camping trip. We need to bring a flashlight.
Ellen: It's in the right-hand drawer, next to the bottle openers.
Richard: Do we have a bottle opener on the list, Marilyn?
Marilyn: No.No bottle opener. Is that one of the things Susan and Harry are bringing?
Richard: No. And we're bring the ketchup, mustard, relish-all that stuff. And cooking utensils. Well, here's the bottle poener, and here's the flashlight.
Ellen: Matches.
Marilyn: Matches?
Richard: Yes, of course. For when we build our campfire. I can't build a fire by rubbing two pieces of wood together.
Marilyn: And don't forget your camera and film, Richard.
Richard: All packed and ready.
Marilyn: And let's not forget our cassette player and some tapes. Some music tapes and some blank tapes so that we can record our thoughts about the trip.
Ellen: Oh, that's a nice idea. An audio diary.
Marilyn: That's what I thought.
Richard: Got it! The cassette player and the tapes.

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Susan: Oh, I love it! To be away from the city on such a beautiful day is my idea of heaven! The grass. The trees. The fresh air.
Harry: I told you you'd like it. I've been doing this for years.
Richard: You have the spirit of a teenager, Susan. Wait till you see yourself jumping around.
Marilyn: That's what I love about Susan. She works hard. She plays hard. She's a real Stewart.
Harry: Come on, Richard. Help me get this stuff out of the car.
Richard: Where does it go?
Harry: Well, we'll put everything over there. We'll set up our tents over there by the edge of the woods. Then we'll be able to make our fire there where it's safe.
Richard: Oh, there's our table and benches. All set for eating.
Harry: That's what makes this spot so good.
Marilyn: Is anybody hungry?
Susan: I am.
Harry: We just got here.
Susan: When you're out in the fresh air like this, it makes you hungry. Aren't you hungry, Marilyn?
Marilyn: I sure am. How about you, Richard?
Richard: Starving.
Harry: You guys are like three kids.
Richard: Aren't you hungry, Harry?
Harry: Well, yeah. Now that you mention it, I guess I am. I mean, how could a guy not be hungry with all this talk about eating?
Marilyn: Where's the bag with the chicken salad sandwiches?
Harry: Right here, next to the ice packs. Here. Put the tablecloth on the picnic table, and I will bring the cola and the plastic cups.
Harry: Well, how do you like it so far?
Richard: I've never been more relaxed.
Marilyn: Me, Neither.
Susan: I wish we had brought Michelle, Harry. She would have loved it.
Marilyn: Oh, You're right. I wish we had brought Max.
Richard: Marilyn, Susan, let's not begin to worry about Michelle and Max. We're having a good time, and they're in good hands.
Harry: Richard is right. Are you having a good time, Susan? You haven't answered my question.
Susan: I am having a good time, Harry. I promise not to think about the city. We're in the country. Let's all just enjoy this wonderful place and this wonderful weather.
Harry: Good.
Susan: This is heaven, Harry! It was such a great idea to spend the weekend this way.
Harry: Thanks, Susan. I thought you'd all like it.
Susan: Like it? I love it! Listen to the sounds of the summer that surround us. It's so calming.
Harry: I've always liked camping out. Away from the telephones and account books. It's refreshing for me. I always go back to the city in a wonderful state of mind.
Susan: We've only been here for a day, and I've completely forgotten about all my business problems. The office seems so far away.
Harry: I'm glad you like it, Susan. We'll spend many more weekends like this.
Susan: And next time we'll bring Michelle, I wish she were here with us to enjoy the country.
Harry: And next time we'll bring Michelle.
Marilyn: Just listen to the sound. It's so soothing.
Richard: I can hardly keep my eyes open. If only we could bottle the fresh air.
Marilyn: Wouldn't it be wonderful?
Richard: We could call it "Deep Sleep Country Air."
Marilyn: It puts you to sleep. So does the sound. I've bee having a hard time keeping my eyes open just listening to it. It's like a special music.
Richard: Too bad we can't bottle the sound.
Marilyn: But we can!
Richard: Can what?
Marilyn: Bottle the sound.
Richard: What are you talking about?
Richard: Oh, yeah? Great idea! Let's do it!

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Marilyn: I'm so glad everyone is asleep. I thought Max would be crying, and everybody would be a wake.
Richard: What did I tell you? Nothing to worry about.
Susan: I'm sure everything is fine. My mother knows all there is to know about taking care of babies, I assure you.
Harry: Let's put some of this stuff away and then take off. We've got a forty-minute drive into the city.
Ellen: Welcome home-and I do mean welcome home.
Richard: Something wrong?
Ellen: Oh, nothing's wrong, Richard. Believe me, Max is fine. But his teeth hurt, and he just can't get to sleep, poor dear.
Susan: Neither can you.
Marilyn: Oh, I feel so bad.
Ellen: Oh, I'm fine. How was your weekend?
Harry: We had a great time, Mom.
Richard: It was wonderful. The weather couldn't have been better.
Ellen: It was nice here, too.
Marilyn: Did you get a chance to get outside at all?
Ellen: Oh, yes. Grandpa helped me yesterday afternoon. I went to the supermarket to get a few things, and I stayed out an extra half hour. The village was filled people-the weather was so nice.
Richard: Harry's a professional camper, Mom. He knows all there is to know, and he made the weekend very easy for us to enjoy.
Harry: Come on. You all helped.
Susan: You were wonderful, Harry!
Marilyn: Why don't you go to your room, Mom, and get some sleep.
Ellen: Oh, I'm fine. Tell me more about your weekend. Did you do anything special?
Susan: Lots of special country things. We picked flowers.
Marilyn: And we brought some home for you. It was so nice to be out in the country.
Ellen: They smell wonderful.
Marilyn: Everything smelled so special. It would have been great if we had been able to bottle the smells.
Harry: It would be a great business if you could do that.
Ellen: Oh!
Marilyn: Uh, we're home now, Ellen. We'll take care of it.
Richard: I'll take care of it. Let's see if it works.
Ellen: What's that?
Richard: A little we'd better head home. It's getting late, and we have a bit of a drive.
Harry: Well, all your things are inside. There's your sleeping bag.
Marilyn: Oh, thanks, Harry.
Harry: Say good-bye to Richard. We'll call you all tomorrow night.
Marilyn: Good-bye.
Susan: Bye, Mom.
Ellen: Bye-bye.
Marilyn: Bye.
Ellen: I'm so tired I think I'm overtired. I don't know if I can get to sleep.
Ellen: Max has stopped crying.
Marilyn: Yes. It works!
Richard: It works!
Ellen: What works?
Richard: This.
Ellen: Oh. Oh, where did you get that? It sounds so nice. I think I'm falling asleep.
Richard: Like Max did.
Richard: Good night.
Marilyn: Good night. Sounds of the country. The soothing sounds of the country.

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