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  1. aaaateamsgrandma

    aaaateamsgrandma DIS Veteran

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    You know for a fact those teachers hold what parents say against those kids. It gets worse in middle school and high school. I don't understand where adults get off picking on our youth. Kids learn what the see and hear. They then think it is ok to act and talk that way. Wrong, wrong, wrong.

    Just my 2 cents worth.

    Ginny
     
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  3. longing2Batdisney

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    I'm so sorry to hear that he has a teacher who sounds very tired and sarcastic!!! Tell Hunter to try very hard (I know it is hard--I started homeschooling for sortof that reason) not to let it bother him. That she is tired and really needs an adjustment and hopefully someone else's parents will deal with it; if not to remember it is only for one hour of the day and not ALL DAY!
    Dayne's third grade year a teacher called him out for being in the restroom too long n front of the entire classroom. He had had a BM and he was soooo embarassed!! and she gave him punishwork (multiplication tables--he still hates multiplication to this day!). he came home and cried his heart out for at least an hour!
    Words cut so much more than a physcial slap and so many people don't even realize how they hurt a person!!!
    I hope he has a better day!!!
    and a great weekend to all!!!!
     
  4. mickeystoontown

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    Oh Jen, I am so sorry. I know that surgery isn't something that anyone looks forward to but it sounds like this is going to help him out a lot.

    My niece had been going to the same doctor for years and years. She was greatly overweight so she went to a doctor who specialized in stomach stapling. He requested her records from her old doctor. Come to find out, she was diabetic. How did he know? Because her old doctor ran tests three years ago and the results came back that she had diabetes. Did the doctor tell her? No. That kinda stuff pisses me off to the nnnnth degree.:headache:

    Will you have to get someone to help you around the farm? Or do you have enough help already?

    I'm saying a prayer for your entire family right now.

    Lisa
     
  5. mickeystoontown

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    Thought I'd give you guys a school report. Hunter took the $5.00 check to his English teacher. He told her he was sorry for any mixup and asked her when she handed out the workbooks. She said that she didn't know. You'll remember that he was out on Friday. I bet dollars to donuts that's when she handed them out and didn't want to admit it. Anyway, he said she was nicer to him this time. He still didn't get a workbook though. The office said it would probably be Monday before he got one. Gosh, I didn't want school to start out this way.
     
  6. mickeystoontown

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    Oh and I meant to tell you what I did last night.

    When we were at Main Street Bakery, they had large Mickey head rice crispy treats but they were $10.95 each. Lacey wanted to get some to take back to her fellow students but would have had to buy three of them. I told her I had a Mickey shaped cake pan at home and I'd make them some.

    The pan I have is heart shaped with a large Mickey had embossed in it. I made two regular rice crispy treats and one chocolate and regular mixed together. I have them in a box ready for the postman to pick up.

    Connie, Ashton's Mickey is on it's way to you. The post office website label printing option was down for two days so I couldn't print out a label. But, he should have it soon.
     
  7. aaaateamsgrandma

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    You are the awesome mom making those for Lacey.

    Teachers. Enough said. I know they have bad days just like everyone else but they need to hold off till school is over to do their tantrums.

    Lucky Ashton.
     
  8. longing2Batdisney

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    Thanks! no rush. I will send mine out today!!!

    Sorry, again about Hunter. But, I agree it was probably Friday when he was not there she should have a list of who she handed one out to and didn't (sounds lack she is not very organized and overwhelmed in her postion)! Hope this coming week is a much better start for him!!!
    Have a great weekend!!
    :wave:
     
  9. hhockman

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    It's when I hear stories like this that I think: Why does this person have a job and I can't find one? Granted, I don't live in Louisanna. ;)

    I'll bet she did hand them out on Friday. She should have kept a list. I would think she would have been required to.

    I hope the rest of the year is better for poor Hunter!
     
  10. lisalonglash

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    First, kudos to you and Hunter for taking the high road with that teacher - she should be ashamed of herself! :mad:

    What a lovely idea for the rice crispie treats - one day I'll grow up and get domesticated enough to do things like that :lmao:

    I'm sorry for my absence, it's nutso here! :headache:
     
  11. mickeystoontown

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    I just hated for Lacey to pay almost $11.00 for the Mickey rice crispy treats. That's why I told her that I'd made 'em. Much cheaper for me to make them than for her to buy them. Yes, I had to pay for shipping but I always send "care packages" to the Mission kids anyway.

    I really really think that the teacher handed out the workbooks on Friday. Hunter can be absentminded sometimes but I don't think he would have totally forgotten a book if the teacher had just handed them out.

    I understand your frustration. It took years for my cousin to get a full time teaching position.

    I am sure she was "supposed" to keep a list of the students she handed the books out to but I doubt that she did.

    The way I look at it is this.....if we tick the teacher off in just the first week of school, can you imagine how she'll treat him the rest of the year? I don't want to even think about it.

    I used to make all kinds of homemade goodies all the time. Used to be that you'd never walk into my house and there not be some kind of homemade dessert. Nowadays, not so much. I finally realized that I was working myself to death cooking, cleaning, washing clothes, etc. I could either be tired all the time and my house be spotless OR I could keep my house clean, watch a little television and not be so tired. I chose the later. The house is not a mess. We aren't going hungry or naked. And, I feel a lot better.:laughing:
     
  12. tink1957

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    :thumbsup2I just spent the last few days reading your novel...uh...trip report and have been thoroughly entertained. I'm only on page 42 and I can't stop laughing. This report has everything laughter, suspense & drama...keep up the good work. Now I'm off to read the rest.
     
  13. jenseib

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    thanks! We will manage. But I'm sure things won't run perfectly. And as I have said before, DH's brother gets in panic mood whenever DH isn;t there working.
     
  14. mickeystoontown

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    I'm so glad that you are getting a laugh or two from my trip report. We did have some wacko things happen to us.

    I've started my 2009 trip report. The link is in the signature. Hope you'll come over for a read.

    I remember the brother-in-law calling repeatedly while ya'll were on vacation. I swear some people just try to disrupt vacations.

    I hope that everything goes okay. Please keep us updated.
     
  15. WDW1st-timers

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    Just stopping in to say hi and to read your trip report. I thought that I better start off with this one before I read your next.

    Also thanks for stopping by and checking out my pre trippie. I'm sure you will get a laugh or two also.

    Okay time to go read some 116 pages of this thread. :scared1:
     
  16. mickeystoontown

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    Hey!!!!! Once you get finished with this report, be sure to head over to the other one.

    You'll find that we have all become fast friends while I tell my tale. I look forward to counting you as one of them.

    Lisa
     
  17. mickeystoontown

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    Hey all! I need to go back through the thread and find this out myself but I need help. I hid the treasure for my reader who had an upcoming trip to the CBR. Now, I need to get the information to the reader. So...reader, reader, come out, come out wherever you are!
     
  18. longing2Batdisney

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    Anyone out there?!
     

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