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September 14, 2007

What A Day

This day has bit the weenie, and it isn't even over yet.

Today is an inservice day, so there's no school. That's right, no school. The kids in this district have more days off than Carter has liver pills. Anyhoo, this is also the day Daughter had to go in for her four-year checkup. She had to get three shots.

She screamed. The nurse drew blood. It was not pretty.

Then I herded the gang over to our mall, where Daughter got her hair cut and then we hit the bookstore to spend disgusting amounts of money on books. One thing you can say about Son, he's a good reader and loves the books as much as his mother does.

Then! We hit Hollywood Video, which to my surprise has a much better selection than Blockbuster. They even have entire shelves of classic movies! Color me happy!

I got this (because I love Rosalind Russell), and this (because I love Elizabeth Taylor), and this (you know why).

The kids got to pick out a movie each, and one video game. I also got a movie for Husband, so everyone is happy.

Now I've got to give Daughter some Tylenol.

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Posted by Groovyvic at 12:23 PM | Comments (2)

I thought CA was the only state that had inservice days for teachers. I would love it if they took all of those days and added them onto the end of the school year....kids get out of school earlier, at the end of the year and the teachers would then have to stay and suffer having to go to work while everyone else is on summer vacation. I find it interesting that these service days are always on a Monday or a Friday. Sometimes I like it because then I don't have to get up early (I work the swing shift) but I have alsways wondered why the high school and the middle school don't have the same days off, in the same school district.

Posted by: LeeAnn at September 14, 2007 01:10 PM

"Who made you?"

"Who made all things?"

Sorry my friend, I could not resist, considering there was no school.

Posted by: david drake at September 14, 2007 07:53 PM