Just turn it in.
My new favorite client
(I know I sound ridiculous, I just don't understand the obsession with video calls.)
The covid vaccine is now approved for 12-15. If you're comfortable with giving it to your kids, check with your pediatrician.
Locals-- Hatboro Pediatrics has a schedule set up already (you don't have to be a patient).
We want schools to open normally next year!
PA, we're getting close!
If you don't want to wear a mask, get vaccinated.
If you don't want to get vaccinated, wear a mask.
The Health Department said an order requiring people to wear masks while away from home will be lifted once 70% of Pennsylvanians aged 18 and older are fully vaccinated. That percentage stood at nearly 42% on Tuesday, according to federal data, while 63% of those 18 and older had at least one dose.
I know no one cares, but it makes me feel less crazy (or more justified in my craziness):
New stupid school schedule ends the day at 1pm.
Team has to be at school at 1:45 for an away game.
Kids are not allowed to stay at school, even outside.
Bus gets him home about 1:35.
School is 15 min away.
So he'll have 10 minutes to come in, get changed, eat something (he won't have eaten since 6:30am and won't have the opportunity to until he gets home after 6:30pm), and drive 15 minutes back to school.
(Also filed under Why I Still Work from Home 10 Years Later)
High school athletes walking to the bus with their school bag, lunch, hoodie, gym clothes, water bottle, sports bag, chromebook, and mask.
I just overheard a girl in my son's science class ask if a test tube holder was an eyelash curler.
To be fair, it was being used as a random item in a magnetism experiment, not paired with a test tube, but still, that will keep me laughing all afternoon.
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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