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Friday, September 18, 2009

Put a Little Boogie in it

My son's teacher pulled me aside this afternoon and said, "I'd like to tell you a story...in private."

I'm not going to lie. I have been pulled aside by his teachers before.

There was the time in preschool when he pretended he was at a party and the playground mulch was his confetti. And, who can forget the time he followed the principal around like a mime? Not me.

So, today was nothing new. My son's teacher sent him down the hall to put some things away, then she turned to me and said, "The other day, I looked down to see your boy's hand in the front pocket of my pants."

I put my hand on my forehead and began to shake my head from side to side.

She continued, "I told him that he couldn't do that and I thought that was the end of it."

My eyes opened wide in disbelief. "It wasn't the end of it?"

"No, it wasn't the end of it, because later that day I reached in my pocket for something and pulled out his dirty tissue."

And then she started cracking up.

Thank you, God, for making my son use a tissue in the first place and thank you even more for a first grade teacher with a sense of humor.

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That kills me. What a crackpot! She sounds like a really great teacher, though, which makes me happy. And tell me, did I miss the mime episode? Because that killed me, too.
 
You son cracks me up!
 
A tissue AND he didn't litter. Win-win! His teacher is obviously one of the good ones.
 
That.IS.PRECIOUS.
 
I think he should be praised on all accounts. He did excellent work.
 
HA HA HA!
D~ that is awesome. I do so adore that child of yours! and thank heavens for good primary teachers.
 
He is certainly a character!
 
Oh, Momo, I really love that son of yours! He really is a creative character. You sound like you have a wonderful teacher there. More importantly, she has a sense of humor!
 
That teacher deserves a big, sloppy kiss on the cheeck...but let be blow by nose first...bthththt. sniffff. There. better now.
 
LOL. He needs a bit of work on his magician skilz.
 
He's smart enough not to leave it on the floor, yes? No?
 
The best teachers have a great sense of humor!
 
Funny! Love that first grade teacher! :-)
 
I didn't see that coming!
 
Aww..nothing says "I think you're great!" than a little booger nugget.
 
I think that teacher deserves a big jug of anti-bacterial hand cleaner. Today is the first day of International Clean Hands Week!
 
Great teacher, and your boy has magic hands :)!
 
You know, it's eery how I can be in a really piss poor mood, feeling sorry for myself, and I come here, and just laugh and laugh. How do you do that to me?
 
At least he isn't wiping them on the wall!


LOVE that boy.
 
Oh, that is so cute. Sounds like he has a great teacher!
 
lol, that's a good teacher
 
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