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What’s the buzz about?

November 7, 2018

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Lloyd has an electric toothbrush. He seems to think it’s pretty good. He used it enough that he even needed to change the battery. My own toothbrush is pretty old, so I bought a similar model. It doesn’t spin or anything, it just…. buzzes. For the amount of noise it makes, I should be sitting […]

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Almost perfect

November 5, 2018

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I bought a pack of smelly markers to entice my children to sign in, and it’s working. It’s the fancy 14-pack, with flavors/scents that are wacko. Mint? Mint? Anyway, it’s almost perfect except for this one broken, mutant cap. Do you think that they’ll send me a replacement?

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It’s so soft.

November 4, 2018

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My mom gave us a fleece blanket a couple of years ago. Most winters, Lloyd and I sleep on top of it (with down comforters over us) so we don’t freeze. It’s not cold enough for that yet, but Ralph seemed to need something very soft. It was so funny. He kneaded and kneaded and […]

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Saturday Report

November 4, 2018

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I have parent-teacher conferences coming up, and there is a fair amount of writing to be done, so I spent a lot of the day at school. I’m not done, so there will be more of that today. Halfway through, I took a break to visit a fundraiser for a little boy at school who […]

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As gross as you can imagine

November 1, 2018

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We order our lunches from the day school, and every so often I screw up my class count or someone else screws up theirs. I’ve always offered up my lunch to the slighted child, but our cook works her magic and everyone is fed. I don’t know how that happens, but it’s too much fate-testing […]

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Halloween, come and gone

October 31, 2018

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I left my iPad at school since I left in a big ol’ hurry to get home. It was a respectable crowd this year. Not too many, but enough. When we got home, Lloyd had painstakingly raked many, many leaves onto our sidewalk (for maximum crunching) and mean ol’ Mrs. Sommerer chewed him out for […]

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