Wow. A red, white, and blue umbrella hat? I can't believe you didn't buy it for me. You know how much I've always wanted one of those. I could've worn it with my stylish neon blue fanny pack.
To answer your question, there are actually four types of fire, Pam. There's Class A, B, C, and D. Dwight explained them all to me, but I wasn't really listening. I mean, I tried to, I really did, but...well, you know. It's Dwight.
But, if you're still curious, I could just look it up on Google or Wikipedia or...some other legitimate search engine website. It would be a lot faster and easier, that's for sure.
Anyway, I'm really glad you're enjoying your class so far. I knew you would. Just make sure to stay inside the lines when you're coloring, Beesly. We both know how sloppy you can be. (Speaking of which, I did laugh when you mentioned how you almost tripped when running up the stairs. I could totally picture you slipping and almost falling, but then catching yourself at the very last second. You must've looked so graceful.)
That's okay though. I still love you, no matter how much of a klutz you are.
Hmm...let's see...what has been going on with me lately...
Oh, I made a new client today. Who, incidentally, is also named Jim, so...that was pretty exciting. We talked for 20 minutes about the difference between photo paper and color copy paper. Now, personally, I thought the main difference between those two kinds of paper was that photo paper is shiny (like an actual photo. How clever is that?) and color copy paper isn't. But, apparently, there's so much more to it than that. So much more, Pam.
...I really can't wait for you to come home.
Still missing you,
P.S. Now I know what to get you for Christmas this year. (Her horn can really pierce through the sky? That is incredible.)