Today is the last day of school. (Big sigh) It’s bittersweet at best. I’m elated that I won’t have to rush around trying to get everyone ready
in the mornings but at the same time I’ll miss the peace and quiet. Today they brought home the first batch of their belongings. Tattered notebooks with only a few pages written on, tiny stubs of crayons, dried out markers and empty glue bottles. And piles and piles of completed assignments and art work.
Today Will brought home the piece of paper posted above. His first proposal and he eagerly circled yes. I asked why he had the piece of
paper and not the girl. “She doesn’t want me to forget that I said yes so she told me to keep the paper as a reminder.” I should frame it. It’s very cute and just happens to be from the sweet little girl next door.
Today I was on Pintrest (only for a minute) and I saw some really
cute, sparkly toenails so I began reading some of the comments. The majority of the people said how cute the nails were but one person was obviously having a bad day. She wrote:
Oh no! The horror of a non-cute toe! What will our children
think? They might grow up to expect that some people look differently than them and that it’s okay for that to happen!?!?!? THE
I’m not sure who pissed in her Wheaties but man was that really
necessary and what is it supposed to mean? Why can’t her kids have cute toe nails when they grow up? I stalked her “pins” to see what things she liked (cause that’s just the kind of person I am) and she had a lot of skeleton things, tattoo’s, a picture of a dead body in a blood filled bathtub and a picture of Pee Wee Herman with a pirate hat on. Sparkly nails definitely are not for her. People like her were put on this earth for one reason: to become book characters. Even the best writers can’t make up good crazy people like her.
Get out there and enjoy this beautiful day!