School's been out for 2 weeks (seems like so much more!), yet today is my first day not packing lunches!
Let freedom ring!
(Ironically, I'm listening to those bells of freedom from my desk...)
You know you're old when you hear yourself say, "Yeah, it's a beautiful school."
What do you do with ALLLLL the stuff that comes home at the end of the year? Does it go right in the trash? Do you sort through it?
I put it to the side and the go through it, but after spending an hour and a half, and throwing most of it away, I'm thinking that's a waste...
"Mommy don't forget a spoon for my yogurt. You forgot one day last week."
Kid. If a spoon is all your June lunch is lacking, grab one from the cafeteria and consider yourself lucky.
"By the way, remember all that time between January and April? What happened there?"
"Are you sure that 273 art projects couldn’t be sent home all at once?"
HAHAHAHA Possibly the best thing ever written.
I found this while looking for something else this weekend. What was yours?
**Choose 6 spelling words to use in a sentence**
"I'm going to make one sentence with 6 words, then I'll be done."
"I don't think that's what she meant..."
"It doesn't say I have to write 6 sentences, it just says pick 6 words!"
He's not wrong, and I don't care. Have at it kid.
(I DO care, but if he can make 6 words work logically in a grammatically-correct sentence, I'm allowing it.)
It's Field Day! Otherwise known as the-slow-but-really-kind-of-quick-decline-of-anything-resembling-actual-schoolwork-or-learning-for-the-next-month-till-they're-actually-done-for-summer.
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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