Or at the very least, teach how to use spell check in Word. :)So funny!Here in Austin, school has been in session for three weeks now. Not yet open where you are, I guess?
Why, it's like looking at my son's daily assignment book...or random notes left by my husband. Sigh...;)
Freaking hysterical. Got your email. You are the BEST. Mom, friend, person. Yup, the best.
Anna, anna, anna...I missed your weepy blog the other day... as I was up to my eyeballs in my own indecision.... and trying to think through my own school issues.I was thinking that I needed to remind you that there is no perfect school. Every school has its strengths and weaknesses.... and its proverbial 'oral sex ring'. Your worth as a parent will not come down to which school you chose so much as how you support the school and Molly as you notice the bumps and potholes in the road. So wipe those tears away... so you can see what's ahead :)Thinking this through as if it were only your problem instead of mine has really helped me.... and I sincerely hope that you are feeling more confident about you ability to follow through with either decision.BTW, I sometimes wonder why people act like Noah had is so hard because God was talking to him. Seriously, I think it would be easier if God would clearly tell me how many 'cubits' I need.
Hoo boy. Now that's pretty funny. And look at you! You're making a little joke. Feeling better already.jbhat
So cute! Her white board needs spell check.
So funny!!!:-) The writings are so cute it made me laugh.:-) My daughter used to write like that when she was still a kid. :-)
Hah! My word verification says "supell" so I think it's in league with your daughter. As for the spelling, well, at least she has good penmanship. I hope you find some peace about the school decision. Trust your gut, Anna...
What a hoot! I love when kids misspell things ... and I capture it on film. :)
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