I actually walked to the doctors to get my allergy shots. My daughter insisted that it was too hot for shoes, so she dug out her flip-flops from the back of the closet. She also refused to wear a coat.
“It smells like spring.” She said. “I don’t even think it’s going to snow again.”
Let’s hope she is right. Who needs some dumb ole’ groundhog when you’ve got a child in flip-flops!
I kept my socks on my feet, because I’m not quite as brave and carefree as my daughter. Sometimes it’s hard to believe that only a few short years ago, I was afraid she wouldn’t find her voice.
Now, to my enjoyment, she will not stop using it. I like learning all the trivial details about her classmates, and I know her teacher’s eating habits. That clearly gives me a one-up during teacher/parent conferences. Don’t you think?
Apples – Candy – Coffee
I totally believe the goodness of the apples cancel out all ill effects from sugar + caffeine.
I’ve got your back Teach!
This weekend my little girl used her birthday money to buy a pair of glasses to use as a fashion accessory. The arms of the glasses are a pink and black splotches and they have little rhinestones in the corners. I just want to know why her frames cost $10.50 in Claires and my cheap plastic frames cost $127.50 at the eye center. Sometimes life just isn’t fair.
How’s the weather in your part of the world?