Dave slammed the door angrily and stormed out to his car. Another argument with his boss over vacation time. How could they expect him to meet every deadline, pull in a dozen new clients a year, and yet not give him the vacation time he had earned? On the drive home he got more and more angry about it. When he walked through the door, his daughters Kimmy and little Meg were waiting eagerly at the front door. “Are you ready Daddy? We can’t wait to leave tomorrow!” Before he knew what he was saying, he shouted angrily “No! I’m not ready! And we’re not going! You kids take everything for granted;
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Which statement least represents the lesson of the story?
Parents should pay attention to their children.
Employees should express frustration to their bosses before it gets to be too much.
Small children are sensitive.
Children should be careful what they say to their fathers.