Sharing

Sometimes it is so freaking hard to share. Most grown-ups I know aren’t capable of sharing. We end up referring to sharing in adult terms like: compromise, negotiate, bargain. But most often it is whomever’s voice is the loudest, personality the strongest, the most liked, least hated. Once and a while, when you’re tired of sharing and can’t wait for your turn, you’ve just got to think outside of the box. Little S & O have this down pat. They got tired of waiting for their turn. Yesterday morning, I looked out the kitchen window and this is what I saw. They’ve totally caught onto something here. Maybe there’s a way to integrate this concept into the workplace.

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