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DoK: How did the IEP meeting go?

 


 

Thanks for asking.  Sadly, it went how I thought it would go.  At one point, I showed how I 'really' felt about the district (with a heavy sigh/groan of aggravation and a rolling of my eyes) in response to something the Sped Director said.  That woman is evil, I tell ya.

 

Although I'm hoping I will find a suitable place to move to before Fall, it's proving to be difficult.  So, I need to start preparing for next school year.  I simply do NOT want to home school again.

 

post #82 of 147
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Originally Posted by vydalea View PostOkay, Maia: What does B.O/ S.H.E. stand for?


BO = born organized

SHE = Flylady's cute name for us disorganized folk: Sidetracked Home Executive.

 

I don't really do Flylady at all, though I get her emails.I used to but I am even a Flylady flunkout! She comes from about 40m away from me, actually. And I'm glad she is so successful and helping so many people. The inbox is WAY flooded if you sign up, but that's what the delete button is for. I do skim the emails (lots are testimonials for her products eyesroll.gif) and she even has little, easy kid projects for a day ("pick up all the paper on the floor that doesn't belong there, and throw it away. That's all! Set the timer and go!") that are really cute. I basically have it to remind myself to do *something* every day, and stick to my list.

 



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Originally Posted by 3xMama View Postand that whole quiet thing had me doing this: biglaugh.gif I have three kids five and under in a small 3 bedroom ranch. Its loud. Generally quiets down between the times of 9pm and 6am, tho! Probably a little much just to cook for someone to enjoy it. orngbiggrin.gif

 

 

Homemade laundry detergent is so simple and SO cheap. 1 cup borax, 1 cup washing soda, 1 bar Fels Naptha or Ivory soap finely grated. Mix. Use a tablespoon per load, two if its really soiled. Tablespoon of white vinegar for fabric softener (do NOT mix with bleach!!) and you are good to go! There are other recipes to make a liquid/gel detergent that out there, too. Those are a little more time intensive-tho just as cheap and ends up in just a bucket, which I'm not comfortable just leaving an open bucket of liquid laying around with the boys around. 

 

I love quiet-- I'm glad, most of the time, that it's just ds and me, and he's an antisocial loner, too lol.gif though honestly, I am trying to get him out and about more, involved in more things, because I think it's fine to be an antisocial loner at 52, but not at 11.

Laundry soap-- I tried to grate Ivory but the little bits didn't melt, even in the dryer, and I had this giant bucket of soap that then had to be used up anyway.

So now I get a big old box of borax, one of baking soda-- I think those are 4lbs each-- and then a smaller box of the cheapest regular laundry powder soap I can find. If I find Ecover for not much money at the poor store, I will use that, but usually it's some cheap brand from Walmart. Then I just mix all of that into a big 17qt (I think-- next biggest size from shoe box) tub, and it usually lasts a year or two. One TB per load. Mine is just starting to run out, and last time I made it, I dated it just for fun. I made it January 7th, 2011.
I agree, the liquid/gel soap is a huge PITA. This is uber easy and really cheap! Like $12 for a year of detergent.


 

 

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Today is so beautiful here!  75* - perfect temp.  We took Z on a tour of a preschool today.  She'll be 2 in May and I want her to get a little bit of social interaction and I just.can.not. do mommy & me groups.  I've tried in the past and it's not gone well.  We really liked the center - nearly all the classrooms were empty at the time of our tour because everyone was outside playing.  The best part, mamas, they had a Lammas/Lughnasadh handmade poster up.  Although I did wonder why it was *still* up it was nice to see!  (actually, now that I think of it, they aren't in session in August...but whatever, it was there).  So, we'll see...

 

 

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After a blood transfusion and stabilizing her on her meds (she was hemorrhaging from her intestinal track as a side effect of one of the many meds she takes), she's at home again, though a nurse will have to visit her a couple of weeks for a while. Thanks for asking.

 

I'm thrilled, but my five year old isn't. It's absolutley beautiful outside, but I think my five year old is running a fever today, so we're trapped inside. greensad.gif  We don't have a backyard, and I'm not going to leave a sick five year old at home alone. We think it might be chicken pox; it's been going around. I can't wait for my husband to come home, since he took the car and it would be an epic trip to the doctor if we took public transit if we had to do that. (It's like a twenty minute drive: it would take about two hours via public transit.) Since she's possibly sick with a vaccine-preventable disease, if we wanted to see a doctor, I'd really want to go see our doctor since many doctors here would not be supportive of a non-vaxing family. My husband's supposed to be home tomorrow, but since our eldest is sick, he might try to come home really late tonight.

 

Will send lots of healing energy in your grandma's direction.  Glad she's home.  I sometimes feel like being in the hospital just makes you feel yuckier.  

 

Ooohhh, the thought of chicken pox makes me want to get in the bathtub!  That's all I can remember from when I had them.  I took a zillion baths and it felt SO GOOD.  Good luck getting to your doc!!



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Thanks for asking.  Sadly, it went how I thought it would go.  At one point, I showed how I 'really' felt about the district (with a heavy sigh/groan of aggravation and a rolling of my eyes) in response to something the Sped Director said.  That woman is evil, I tell ya.

 

Although I'm hoping I will find a suitable place to move to before Fall, it's proving to be difficult.  So, I need to start preparing for next school year.  I simply do NOT want to home school again.

 

*grumble*  Is there anything you can do to be heard?   Are there other parents that are having the same issues with the SpEd Director?  
 

 



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Originally Posted by Maiasaura View Post


BO = born organized

SHE = Flylady's cute name for us disorganized folk: Sidetracked Home Executive.

 

I don't really do Flylady at all, though I get her emails.I used to but I am even a Flylady flunkout! She comes from about 40m away from me, actually. And I'm glad she is so successful and helping so many people. The inbox is WAY flooded if you sign up, but that's what the delete button is for. I do skim the emails (lots are testimonials for her products eyesroll.gif) and she even has little, easy kid projects for a day ("pick up all the paper on the floor that doesn't belong there, and throw it away. That's all! Set the timer and go!") that are really cute. I basically have it to remind myself to do *something* every day, and stick to my list.

 

 

I love quiet-- I'm glad, most of the time, that it's just ds and me, and he's an antisocial loner, too lol.gif though honestly, I am trying to get him out and about more, involved in more things, because I think it's fine to be an antisocial loner at 52, but not at 11.

Laundry soap-- I tried to grate Ivory but the little bits didn't melt, even in the dryer, and I had this giant bucket of soap that then had to be used up anyway.

So now I get a big old box of borax, one of baking soda-- I think those are 4lbs each-- and then a smaller box of the cheapest regular laundry powder soap I can find. If I find Ecover for not much money at the poor store, I will use that, but usually it's some cheap brand from Walmart. Then I just mix all of that into a big 17qt (I think-- next biggest size from shoe box) tub, and it usually lasts a year or two. One TB per load. Mine is just starting to run out, and last time I made it, I dated it just for fun. I made it January 7th, 2011.
I agree, the liquid/gel soap is a huge PITA. This is uber easy and really cheap! Like $12 for a year of detergent.


 

 


Thanks for letting me know that FlyLady sends lots of emails.  I have enough crap I delete from my inbox or "save for later" I don't need one more thing!! ha!  

 

I'm definitely going to have to try the homemade laundry soap!!  Thanks for the guidance, ladies!  It really does sound easy!!

 

post #84 of 147

Morning:) 

 

Today is looking like it's going to be a beautiful day:)  Going to run some errands with the Hubby today.  I need chicken, pig and dog food.  Plus I would love to pop in the book store:)  I need to get myself organized!  I have been so scattered since the middle of last month and can't seem to get a hold on anything.  I have such good intentions but really all my good plans fizzle:(  I guess it's a sign I just need to let it go, making plans that is. 

 

Anyone doing anything special this weekend? 

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I am having an issue where...well, ds has his 5th grade camping trip coming up, and he has behavior issues, and they're sending a one-on-one support for him, but it's in the woods and they're freaking out ahead of time that he might...who knows what they think he might. Mess with the fire, drown in the river, I dunno. My ds is uber safety conscious, even though he's impulsive, and would never. Last year he went on a wilderness camp where he was sent into the woods with nothing but a knife and a bow and arrows, in the dark, with no flashlight, and had to find his way back to the main camp. Alone. This was on a remote mountaintop. He was allowed to play in rivers and streams. He did fine.

 

The attitude of the teachers...they are such worry warts! I think they send ds the message that he is incapable. And he responds by acting accordingly. He acts out.

His martial arts teacher, who was the leader/originator of the wilderness camp, acts like ds is totally capable, and a more mature young man than maybe he is. And ds responds by bucking up, manning up to the expectation.

 

My problem with this lies in that I want to go to MA while ds is on his school camping trip. It's the first week in May. Caregiver will be out of town, so she can't offer support as "emergency contact". The school is in a panic because they say they need me to be in town in case of a medical or behavioral emergency, if something happens and I need to go get him. I'm honestly thinking that there will be NOTHING, but they are so worried about having to send ds home because of behavior and nobody being available to get him.

Srsly??? You have that much confidence in him? And besides, you think I am such a negligent parent that I would leave town on a plane and not leave an emergency contact? 

 

So next: I don't have any g-d friends. None. When we homeschooled, we had a TON of resources. DS and I both had any number of people we could call in a pinch. Since he's in school, we really have nobody. My best bud is across town now, plus she works in the daytime. The mom of ds's best school friend is understandably reluctant to commit because she's afraid they WILL call about behavior, and she'd have to go get my ds and keep him for days, while her own kid is on the camping trip.

I don't know what to do, mamas. I just realized I can put this whole issue on my TM, because that's next week and the trip is in May. But it's a plane trip, and I have to make reservations really soon, or I either pay out the nose, or chance not getting seats, the longer I wait.

 

WTF do I do? Ugh.

post #86 of 147
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Originally Posted by Maiasaura View Post

 

I don't really do Flylady at all, though I get her emails.I used to but I am even a Flylady flunkout! 

Have you ever heard of Motivated Moms?

 

They have a calendar-style organization system -- so no emails. You can see the prepared task list on your computer and/or make print-outs

 

It's like $8 for a year's system.

 

I've used that before and think I will again. It's easy because you just stick the sheet like on your fridge and see what's on your list for that day. Plus you can go ahead and check off the things that don't apply to you (don't have a 2nd/3rd bathroom -- woohoo! already check something off your to-do list winky.gif )

 

I did WAY better on this than flylady simply because I was overwhelmed by all the emails.

 

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Mostly moved in to the new house. Got internet hooked up yesterday. I don't have much online time with all the unpacking, so I'm not going to try to go back and read what I might have missed. But I'm going to try to keep up moving forward. orngbiggrin.gif

 

Loving the new house. The space and neighborhood are lovely. The neighbors are friendly and welcoming. The pets and kids are all acclimating well and seem very at peace with the change. treehugger.gif

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Motivated Moms iPhone app! Oh, now that is perfect for me. My chore list right there on my phone -- that I can handle and at least try to keep up with. And it costs the same as the regular version.  thumb.gif

post #88 of 147
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Originally Posted by mary3mama View PostHave you ever heard of Motivated Moms?

 

Loving the new house. The space and neighborhood are lovely. The neighbors are friendly and welcoming. The pets and kids are all acclimating well and seem very at peace with the change. treehugger.gif


I have heard of it. I am a lot more organized in my home than ever I was, though, so I'm doing alright. Yay on your new neighborhood!

I can't wait to get the heck out of dodge. While ds's school has a LOT going for it, and he does have major support, I'm so sick of the let's-freak-out attitude. They assume the worst, a lot of the time. How can a child expect to have success when they act like he will fail? Gah.

 



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Originally Posted by mary3mama View PostMotivated Moms iPhone app! Oh, now that is perfect for me. My chore list right there on my phone -- that I can handle and at least try to keep up with. And it costs the same as the regular version.  thumb.gif


I don't have a smart phone...and I don't want one. I'm still very paper-and-ink oriented! But yay for you!

post #89 of 147
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Originally Posted by vydalea View Post

*grumble*  Is there anything you can do to be heard?   Are there other parents that are having the same issues with the SpEd Director?  
 

 


There are tons of parents who have issues with the SpEd Director.  But, the SpEd Director saves the town money by refusing to pay for what the child truly needs.  So, she's probably a hero when it comes to the those higher up in the school district.

 

I went to look at a couple more apartments.  Neither of them were suitable. So frustrating!  I want to move out of this damn stuck up town!

 

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Mary3mama: HOORAY for a peaceful transition to your new 'hood!! joy.gif

 

DoK: it's too bad that all the parents whose children use the SpEd couldn't get together and bring on their concerns as a group.  I'm sure that would be a lot to coordinate but it sounds like it's a detriment to the children.  Sorry you are feeling such frustration.  :(

 

Maia:  What do they call it...fulfilled prophecy or something like that...when children act exactly as you "expect" them to?  I worked with a co teacher who was like that with the children and I wanted to shake her!  Let the children catch your calm and belief of them, ey?  Did you come up with a solution to your dilemma of a local emergency contact person??  Man oh man.  I wish I could help you!  I've often thought how nice it would be if we MDC mamas could teleport to each other.  Just think of all the possibilities!  But, alas, that isn't a realistic option... 

 

This weekend has been simply BRILLIANT!  Sunshine, perfect 75* weather!  We decided to put in our peas this afternoon.  We were going to plant next Saturday but it looks like it's going to be crap weather so why not now?  Planted some bulbs yesterday and played outside lots.  My freckles are sprouting, too.  haha.  Just slightly worried that the tick population will be raised due to the lack of hard frost this summer.  

 

How did everyone else fare this weekend??

post #91 of 147
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Originally Posted by vydalea View PostMaia:  What do they call it...fulfilled prophecy or something like that...when children act exactly as you "expect" them to?  I worked with a co teacher who was like that with the children and I wanted to shake her!  Let the children catch your calm and belief of them, ey?  Did you come up with a solution to your dilemma of a local emergency contact person??  Man oh man.  I wish I could help you!  I've often thought how nice it would be if we MDC mamas could teleport to each other.  Just think of all the possibilities!  But, alas, that isn't a realistic option... 


Yes, that. I feel like they are such worrywarts they will fulfill their undreams about him misbehaving. I emailed the associate director (asst. principal for 5-8th grade) about exactly that, because as soon as I talked to the teacher, she went running to him. I can't even imagine what she said "Maia is planning to go out of town and leave ds without a support person!!! Panic, panic!" eyesroll.gif Which, I have never had to have one before, and ds has been there 5 years. Oh brother. shrug.gif

 

Anyway, no. I have not found anyone. It's pretty pathetic-- what you said! I know that if anyone-- even people I only know peripherally-- asked ME, I'd jump to help. I'd say "Of course, go out of town, have a good time with your sweetie and don't worry about it!" But no, everyone (my acquaintances) is worried about THEIR stuff, like what if my ds misbehaves enough to have to leave the camp-out and they have to take care of him for a day or two. I know I don't have many friends, but I'm rather hurt. Whatever happened to the village it takes?

 

post #92 of 147
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Maia - that sucks about school and your acquaintances.

 

Beautiful weather in the 80s all weekend. The forsythia is blooming. The magnolias are blooming, a whole two months early. Part of me loves, simply loves going out in the beautiful weather, but when I see the plants blooming, I kind of start to worry about the ecological cost, too. Should I have already put my garden out? We never had a really hard freeze - they are predicting a horrible amount of bugs this year. Normally, about 80% of the squirrel population dies off during the winter, but that probably didn't happen this year either: scientists are wondering how that will affect baby squirrels this summer. I don't know. I'm a witch. I worship the balance of nature, and right now, things are in...a state of transition.

 

As much as I don't feel like it, I'm going to a Spring Equinox ritual. Last time I went, it was okay. A lot of them seemed really interested in the occult and magick and I'm  more of a dirt worshiper, plus the gender polarity obsession was kind of annoying, but I don't really know of a lot of open pagan stuff around here, and so I'm gonna try again.

post #93 of 147


Well said.  Warmer than usual here too - I feel the same way.  

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Beautiful weather in the 80s all weekend. The forsythia is blooming. The magnolias are blooming, a whole two months early. Part of me loves, simply loves going out in the beautiful weather, but when I see the plants blooming, I kind of start to worry about the ecological cost, too. Should I have already put my garden out? We never had a really hard freeze - they are predicting a horrible amount of bugs this year. Normally, about 80% of the squirrel population dies off during the winter, but that probably didn't happen this year either: scientists are wondering how that will affect baby squirrels this summer. I don't know. I'm a witch. I worship the balance of nature, and right now, things are in...a state of transition.



 

post #94 of 147
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So...my preparations for the equinox haven't been going well. I felt rushed, so we tried one of those egg dying kits. OMG, they are horrible. The dye is some weird coating that rubs off! I should have stuck with homemade. We might try it again later, since I would so love to have dyed eggs on the altar, but it might not be in the cards. I also tried making custard with all the eggs we blew. It never thickened. I put it in boiling water, and it's supposed to be setting...I'm hoping it turns out, but if anyone has a good custard recipe for when I try round two, I'd love that!

post #95 of 147
Well, since I haven't been around in forever, and it is nearly TM time, thought I should stop by.

Spent yesterday working in my garden and envisioning the space with new flowers, stones and gems. While my hands are paying for all my time spent diggin in the dirt, i am content. treehugger.gif

How is everyone? Miss me?
post #96 of 147

I have to do jury duty tomorrow after all. I hope like heck that they don't want me longer than that-- I don't have any childcare and I don't have any support here. At all. As y'all know from my earlier posts about ds's camping trip.

 

I hear they are not even lenient with nursing mothers, though. This is gonna be interesting.

post #97 of 147
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Originally Posted by Maiasaura View Post

I am having an issue where...well, ds has his 5th grade camping trip coming up, and he has behavior issues, and they're sending a one-on-one support for him, but it's in the woods and they're freaking out ahead of time that he might...who knows what they think he might. Mess with the fire, drown in the river, I dunno. My ds is uber safety conscious, even though he's impulsive, and would never. Last year he went on a wilderness camp where he was sent into the woods with nothing but a knife and a bow and arrows, in the dark, with no flashlight, and had to find his way back to the main camp. Alone. This was on a remote mountaintop. He was allowed to play in rivers and streams. He did fine.

 

The attitude of the teachers...they are such worry warts! I think they send ds the message that he is incapable. And he responds by acting accordingly. He acts out.

His martial arts teacher, who was the leader/originator of the wilderness camp, acts like ds is totally capable, and a more mature young man than maybe he is. And ds responds by bucking up, manning up to the expectation.

 

My problem with this lies in that I want to go to MA while ds is on his school camping trip. It's the first week in May. Caregiver will be out of town, so she can't offer support as "emergency contact". The school is in a panic because they say they need me to be in town in case of a medical or behavioral emergency, if something happens and I need to go get him. I'm honestly thinking that there will be NOTHING, but they are so worried about having to send ds home because of behavior and nobody being available to get him.

Srsly??? You have that much confidence in him? And besides, you think I am such a negligent parent that I would leave town on a plane and not leave an emergency contact? 

 

So next: I don't have any g-d friends. None. When we homeschooled, we had a TON of resources. DS and I both had any number of people we could call in a pinch. Since he's in school, we really have nobody. My best bud is across town now, plus she works in the daytime. The mom of ds's best school friend is understandably reluctant to commit because she's afraid they WILL call about behavior, and she'd have to go get my ds and keep him for days, while her own kid is on the camping trip.

I don't know what to do, mamas. I just realized I can put this whole issue on my TM, because that's next week and the trip is in May. But it's a plane trip, and I have to make reservations really soon, or I either pay out the nose, or chance not getting seats, the longer I wait.

 

WTF do I do? Ugh.



This totally stinks!  I think they are sending a message to you ds that he will mess up. Man, give the kid a chance!  I feel your pain about not having anyone in the area to help out.  I am in that same boat:(  Again another reason it would be awesome for this group to live closer together.  I hope the school lightens up and stops expecting your ds to do something wrong.  Hope you make your trip:)



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Mostly moved in to the new house. Got internet hooked up yesterday. I don't have much online time with all the unpacking, so I'm not going to try to go back and read what I might have missed. But I'm going to try to keep up moving forward. orngbiggrin.gif

 

Loving the new house. The space and neighborhood are lovely. The neighbors are friendly and welcoming. The pets and kids are all acclimating well and seem very at peace with the change. treehugger.gif


Congrats:)  I am so ready to move.

 



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Originally Posted by revolting View Post


Beautiful weather in the 80s all weekend. The forsythia is blooming. The magnolias are blooming, a whole two months early. Part of me loves, simply loves going out in the beautiful weather, but when I see the plants blooming, I kind of start to worry about the ecological cost, too. Should I have already put my garden out? We never had a really hard freeze - they are predicting a horrible amount of bugs this year. Normally, about 80% of the squirrel population dies off during the winter, but that probably didn't happen this year either: scientists are wondering how that will affect baby squirrels this summer. I don't know. I'm a witch. I worship the balance of nature, and right now, things are in...a state of transition.

 

As much as I don't feel like it, I'm going to a Spring Equinox ritual. Last time I went, it was okay. A lot of them seemed really interested in the occult and magick and I'm  more of a dirt worshiper, plus the gender polarity obsession was kind of annoying, but I don't really know of a lot of open pagan stuff around here, and so I'm gonna try again.


I am at a standstill with my garden too.  Worried about what to expect with the weather. We have zero snow on the ground, that's crazy!  I am at a pretty high elevation and we have snow lat in the Spring season.  Heck I normally can't get my garden started until May.

 

I am planning some sort of ritual too, but haven't got in all planned out.  It's just like me to be running behind again.

 




 

 

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Yeah, DH has jury duty scheduled for Thursday. I'm hoping for the best for both of you!
 

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Originally Posted by Maiasaura View Post

I have to do jury duty tomorrow after all. I hope like heck that they don't want me longer than that-- I don't have any childcare and I don't have any support here. At all. As y'all know from my earlier posts about ds's camping trip.

 

I hear they are not even lenient with nursing mothers, though. This is gonna be interesting.



 

post #99 of 147

Happy Equinox! treehugger.gifjoy.gif

 

Firefighters are on stand by for floods... it's way too hot (summer temp) way too fast!

 

DD2 will decorate eggs. We will open all windows and welcome fresh air. I'll make a Spring Inspired Meal for dinner (hoping DH will be home to eat).

 

My main "ritual" will be making my TMap on Thursday though.

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Originally Posted by redveg View PostThis totally stinks!  I think they are sending a message to you ds that he will mess up. Man, give the kid a chance!  I feel your pain about not having anyone in the area to help out.  I am in that same boat:(  Again another reason it would be awesome for this group to live closer together.  I hope the school lightens up and stops expecting your ds to do something wrong.  Hope you make your trip:)


Congrats:)  I am so ready to move.

 

Me, too. I am SO ready to move.

 

And yes, exactly what you said. It does stink and they do send messages like that. His two teachers this year are lots more idgity than his prior ones, and I'm not the only one to notice it irked.gif I mean-- if you can't handle kids, don't be a teacher, eh?



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Originally Posted by witchygrrl View PostYeah, DH has jury duty scheduled for Thursday. I'm hoping for the best for both of you!

 



I got out, I got out! It was harder than I thought, though. The case was going to be a criminal case, in which I might not be able to be fair and impartial, even if my single parenthood had been a deciding factor. I said I didn't think I could do it, and I was in tears when I said it, as it brought up a lot of old personal stuff. They let me go immediately. Who expected that, huh? At any rate, I can't serve for another two years now, so WHEW, that's done and over with.

 

I can't imagine why people commit crimes more than once. It is SCARY being in there, so intimidating. Just the atmosphere. I wouldn't be a repeat offender just for the scare factor.



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Originally Posted by Valerie.Qc View PostHappy Equinox! treehugger.gifjoy.gif

 

Firefighters are on stand by for floods... it's way too hot (summer temp) way too fast!

 

DD2 will decorate eggs. We will open all windows and welcome fresh air. I'll make a Spring Inspired Meal for dinner (hoping DH will be home to eat).

 

My main "ritual" will be making my TMap on Thursday though.


Same to you, and all of you, Happy Equinox!

 

I read about your fire fighter on FB. I have a new respect for those guys after last Monday. I hope it all goes uneventfully for him.

 

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