We were in Chicago, the whole group of us converged together were out in the woods. My grandson was up ahead hiking with my daughter, I could see the play of conversation as his head bobbed back and forth with a story, squinting up to hear her reply.
She pointed at something and he nodded, his eyes serious, picking up the thread of talk as he dragged his sword-stick along the ground.
We came to fork in the path, and Will yelled back, 'Which way Dad?'
Knowing it came around as a loop, his dad said to the four-year old,
'Use your judgement Will.'
Frustrated Will turned to the group at large,
'I can't do that, I don't know where that means, judgement!'