Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Humpity Hump Day

Another good day at playschool. I swear, we have the best little class. A couple "babies" were a little pushy-shovey today but nothing bad. I guess I should stop calling them babies; technically they're toddlers. Meredith fell asleep for a long, long time today. Poor little thing. Oh yeah. Almost forgot. Grace almost choked on a piece of cantaloupe. Margaret & I actually had her in the hemlich position ready to go but she worked it out.

Exciting news . . . Taylor's pic is up on her agency's web-site. They have it password protected now, more client-user friendly to avoid any pedophiles activating her personal info. She'll be so stoked when she gets home from school today. She really and truly just wants to start working. this is something she really, really wants to do. She just wants to make money so she can buy designer handbags. Hmmm....where does she get that particular gene from???? Can't believe she's going to be a freshman in the fall. she said yesterday a teacher came from the high school to talk to her advance math class about the IB program (inter-national baccalaurete). We talked a little bit about it at dinner last night. She said some of the kids in her classes already know what they want to do w/ their lives (she said one kids wants to be a pharmacist, one said physical therapy) and she's still not sure. I told her she still has 4 years of school and most people don't actuallly have jobs in their degrees. I can't believe she's stressing about this at 13-years old. At 13 I was wondering who was going roller-skating Friday night and which Jordache jeans I was going to wear.

2 comments:

The Simpkins Fam said...

Roller skating....haha! Good for T, and I am so happy to hear that she has already discovered the importance of goals, most kids don't get that concept. I am almost 34 and STILL don't know what I want to be when I grow up!!

Tracy said...

So excited about her picture. Can't wait to hear about her first job! I hope she gets the call soon, I bet she will. Also, Kate and I were talking about careers and such. I told her the same thing you told T. You have lots of time, how is a 13 year old supposed to know when they haven't really had life experiences yet. Anyway, all is good!

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