My son learning the alphabet. There’s no better way to end a day than in bed with your three year old reading Dr. Seuss!
Mrs. C mentioned that my daughter sometimes “speaks out of turn” in class. However, Mrs. C was unable to offer any examples of this behavior.
After a recent trip to the market, my daughter told me that while observing Mrs. C, her full figured teacher, consume a lot of chocolate, she told her that chocolate, in large quantities, is unhealthy. She told her that candy is bad for your tummy, it can create cavities and it can make you “fat”.
This might explain why my daughter’s conduct grade in Kindergarten has changed from an “E” (excellent) to an “S” (satisfactory).
Today I saw someone do something so utterly stupid, ignorant, and devoid of explanation – that hours later, I am still puzzled.
I’ve known this someone for years. I’ve seen this person mature into adulthood against all odds. I’ve encouraged them through multiple personal challenges, despite the costs of those mistakes.
When do you know when you must stop helping someone, regardless of the consequences?
I can’t figure out if the offense was committed out of laziness, naiveté, or malicious intent. And I don’t think I will ever really know the truth.
Perhaps it is time to part ways.