didn’t like “it”.
Seemed to her that when “it” was an answer
“it” was not what she wanted to hear.
When are we going…?
It will have to wait until later.
It’s not a good time.
Do you think we could…?
It will be too hard.
Can I have…?
It cost too much.
She didn’t understand why “it” was the way “it” was.
“It” usually ended up being negative.
“It” always seemed to mean
The little girl did not like
any better than
Except maybe when she asked,
“Can I go camping with my friend?”
The answer to that was
It will be ok, have a good time.
The answer should have been
It isn’t a good idea.