Our computer teacher got the following “award” from a second grader. She says it’s her favorite student gift yet.
A friend of mine has a young son who was praying at dinner time. First he prayed for the sick to get better, then he prayed for the food to get better. I don’t know if it made God smile, but it sure made me grin.
If you know the David books, you know that the author, David Shannon, has created a little boy full of mischief; the adults in his life are always telling him, “No, David!” The third graders have created their own No, David! books — each class was given a destination for David and each child asked to create a page in the class’s book. What follows are a few of the most interesting. Click the thumbnails to enlarge.
Okay cat, listen up. We both need to sleep tonight, since last night wasn’t working. So:
- You do not need to patrol the entire house (I’m closing the bedroom door just to prove it).
- You don’t need to test your ability to jump on and off this bed.
- The dog you smell hasn’t been around since New Year’s and won’t get you. I promise.
I am having my bathroom renovated. Since it’s the only bathroom in my house, the cat and I have moved into my parents’ house for a week (they’re in Alabama).
Someone isn’t sure this is a great idea.
To the second-grade mom who brought us hot cocoa while we were directing student drop-off traffic in a 20℉ snowstorm: thank you, thank you, thank you!
To misquote Benjamin Franklin, “Coffee is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.”
Random questions re the above poster:
- How does one manage to spell “nonperishable product” but not “bringing”?
- What makes Quaker Oatmeal so unusual (“or even“)?
- To which decade does the person pictured belong? And what is he looking at?
- What does the semi-circle thing in the middle represent?
- “You can mix”?!?!?!?!? Decades? This frightens me.
- Trivia bonus: Who knows what Kraft Mac & Cheese is called in Canada?