Monday, August 21, 2006

You've got to be kidding.

Last week, I found this written on the little paper that wraps the Always pads: "Have a happy period." What? Are they kidding? Shouldn't it say something more to the effect of, "Don't worry, it will be over soon? Maybe some women like their pads talking to them, but it was a little much for me. It is nice to actually be having cycles again, but sheesh.

I took the Boy down to the High School to register him for his Band class, and they had already transfered his records from the middle school, and noted that he would only be there for one class, so that's done. He won't be able to take drama there, as that class is at the same time as Band, sigh, so I have to find a way to get drama for him. Next Monday he has orientation. Today I bought him a backpack and a wallet. He is only two inches shorter than me. He is growing up.

I just got home from physical therapy, and it was a bit taxing today, so I am crawling into bed. The Girl has instructions on how to make supper. She is growing up too. I am hoping I can at least get a subject or two planned while I am resting. I am so behind in my school planning!



Pamela said...

Great good morning LB,

Yae, another new post :) So glad to see you back out there sharing your experiences. Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to share.

Bummer that Drama and Band are at the same time! What ever were those Administrators thinking? In my experience, Band, Choir and Drama draw on a lot of the same student population. Oh well, divine order, something even more perfect will surely surface. Looking forward to band concerts?

Say, what are you reading these days?

Trusting dinner was lovely and you are rested.

E-hugs to the kids and kitties,


Amy @ the foil hat said...

LOL - maybe you could market your own line of pads. They'd be like fortune cookies!

Pamela said...

Oo, now Amy has a GREAT idea!