Friday, May 28, 2010

Friday Fragments

Wow, I don't even know how long it's been since I participated in Mrs. 4444's Friday Fragments.  But here I am, because I don't have one coherent thought, I just have a lot of fragmented thoughts!

My BFF and her kids are here from Guam until JULY!  Her hubs is here for a week.  We had them over for dinner this week and will get to see them frequently (I hope!) during her visit.

My Kansas City friends are visiting for several days.  Three moms and six kids will be pulling in and hanging out with us until next week.  Woo-hoo!  Based on our last three years of trips mom/kids trips together, I am hoping for a bedbug free, tornado free, vomit free visit.

My youngest son, CJ, just can't keep his shit together on the bus.  Twice I've been called by the principal because he has mooned the kids.  He also seems to have a problem staying in his seat.  The principal called yesterday because the bus driver wrote him up for it.  (I should probably mention that the bus driver hates me.  I have a hard time remembering to go out to the bus stop to get him.  {Go ahead, judge my bad parenting.}  I personally think he should be able to get off the bus and walk to our house.  We are two houses into a culdesac and he is more than capable of making that walk all.by.himself.  But NOOOOO, the school district thinks that's a bad idea and apparently as a parent I don't know what is safe for my kid and what is not.  So we frequently get calls from the bus driver to come out and get him.  Last call she said from now on, she would not call, she would just take him back to the school and I can pick him up there.)

I am so very ready for school to be out.  In August, I will be so very ready for school to start.

Sous Chef informed me, after an extended conversation about a man we saw running without his shirt, that if he saw a woman running without her shirt he would have to "stare away from THAT."

5 comments:

  1. I can understand the bus driver wanting a grownup there to walk a child home, BUT what if you were handicapped, had a broken leg, etc. And if the bus driver can SEE your house from the bus stop, then she KNOWS that it's not a long trek.

    I hated school. And obviously your son isn't too fond of it either.

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  2. I thought that was really silly to HAVE to be at the stop when you live so close, but then I thought, "I wonder if they just want to make sure someone is home at the house that the kid will be walking to?" You know that you're always home, but some parents aren't... I always worry about that at the end of the day.

    That's pretty funny about the mooning...lol

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  4. I was going to write something about the bus, but I'm too busy laughing at Alex - talk about "stare away from THAT."

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