Thursday, May 27, 2010

Michi, and a long morning talk. no. 12

I opend the door and, as Michi had told me, police officer Darkland stood on our doorstep.
- Good morning, officer Darkland I said, what can I do for you?
- Good morning Mam, do you have that girl here?
- Well, yes she was here seconds ago but I think she has left now.
- Why do you think that?
- She got out of bed in a hurry and told me she had to leave because you were on your way to pay us a visit.
- How the hell did she know that?
- Now, you watch your tounge Mr. Darkland it's not necessary to swear. I don't know how she knew it, but she did, and now she has left.
- If you like you're welcome to come inside and have a look,I said. He did so and Michi WAS gone. I thanked him for turning up as a civilian, I really appreciated that.
- Well, when she shows up again you have to come down to the policestation with her.
- Why?
- Don't you see we can't have her running around beyond control?!
- And how do you think you'll control her?
- We have to find some sort of child care for her, she is far too small running around at her own.
- Mr. Darkland I said, she's not running around. What happend yesterday was because she lack some information.
- And all the alarms at the end,Mam???
- She was scared and I think you behaved a bit unfair to her. She lack information that's the problem, and I've promised myself to teach her all that I can to help her understand our world.
- And...I will not follow her to the station to leave her there, but I'll ask her to come so she can offer her appologies for what she did.
- Well Mam, I didn't find what I was looking for so I'll have to leave. And then he left.
Seconds later Michi was back again.
- I would love to have breakfast before I leave, she said.
- I love warm baguettes and strawberry jam.
- Oh Michi, I know you love them, that's why I made them this morning.
- Mm, she said.
- Laila, what does child care mean?
- It means a place where they take care of children. Children that have lost their parents or children that can't live together with their parents because the parents are unable to take care of the children. Something like that.
- Oh, she said.
- Michi, where are your parents?
- I don't know.
- Are they in the dew?
- No
- Who is in the dew?
- A lot of people she answered but Laila, why should I offer my apologies to Mr. officer?
- Do you know what it means to steal?
- No, but I did it yesterday you said.
- Yes you did, to steal is to take something that belongs to other people. The big teddybear was what you stole.
- But I returned it.
- Yes, but you shouldn't have taken it in the first place. People who are stealing we call thieves, and the police are there to take care of thieves amongst other things. - Do you understand that?
- Do you mean Mr. officer?
- Yes he is a policeman, and it's correct to call him police officer Darkland. When he's at work he is a police officer, that is his job. When not at work h
- He beats his wife, Michi said.
- Michi, that's not a nice thing to say!
- He's unfair, he beats his wife!!!
- How do you know that? I had to ask her.
- I know, she said.
- Well it seems you know a whole lot about people Michi. You should also know that it's not fair to talk about your knowledge to other than the person it is related to.
- And the Chairman of this county, do you know what he does? she said
- NO, and I don't want to know it either unless it's something nice.
- OK.
- Another thing Michi, when you got all the alarms running yesterday that was a very bad thing to do. The shop owners have to pay a lot of money because of that.
- Why??
- Because when an alarm is running a security company have to send some people to check it out and that cost a lot of money.
- Oh I didn't know that, I'm sorry.
- Do you think you would follow me to the policestation and offer your apologies to them too, and tell them you won't do it again?
- NOO!!! he's unfair.
- Michi, we can all be unfair from time to time and even if one person is unfair it won't give us any right to do bad things too.
- OK I'll do it, but you'll have to come too.
- Yes of course I will.


  1. Nå må eg pigede stå opp i mårå og se hvordan dette går litt spoki dette her :-):-)

  2. Well stranger it's nice to know that someone is reading my story. Thanks so much for your enthusiasm.