When he did not understand what I was doing, he asked me to tell him & show him again.
I was on our last AC service last week; the gate that led to the backyard was locked. I knocked on the front door & waited for the owner of the apartment to answer. I heard someone yell just a second, when a little boy about more than four-years-old, opened the door. He told me his mommy was playing with soap bubbles, & he was going to show me where the a/c unit was. As he showed me through the living room, I saw where his mommy was doing dishes & there were indeed a lot of soap bubbles. When I walked over to the a/c unit, the little boy was behind me. He did not say a word, even though he sat cross-legged with his elbows on his knees & his chin in his hands. He watched with the intensity of someone who was trying to memorize each step. When he did not understand what I was doing, he asked me to tell him & show him again. I told him he was a pretty smart little guy, & he stood up & told me he was 5 1/2 & going to school when Summer was over. I asked him if he was going to go to Heating, Ventilation & A/C school or if he was going to kindergarten? He sat back down & took his position & told me his mommy said he had to go to kindergarten. He said he would rather go to Heating, Ventilation & A/C school, because it would be more fun. When I told him he got pretzels & they got to play games in kindergarten, he said he would wait to go to Heating, Ventilation & A/C school after kindergarten.