Paul had his initial appointment with the psychologist, and she needed to question him without me in the room, so I went outside and sat at the door so I could eavesdrop. I don't leave my child alone with strangers, even if they have Ph.D's. She got to the subject of school and asked him what he doesn't like about his school, and he gave her a few reasonable answers. Then she asked him what he likes about school.
Paul: "I really like that everybody can go to my school."
Psych: "What do you mean?"
Paul: "You know - people used to have to go to different schools, and they had to use different drinking fountains. I'm glad it isn't like that anymore, and everybody can go to my school."
Of course he completely missed what she was getting at, but I just melted a little bit listening to what a sweet heart he has. What a good kid.