Today, however, the shelves have a new filler. A huge chocolate cake, probably half sheet-cake sized fills an entire shelf. I'm not that surprised to see the cake because my fifth and sixth grade friends stash stuff in my office on a fairly regular basis. What I am a a little surprised at, however, is the yellow sticky note stuck right in the middle on the top. "We will come and get this cake at 2:30. Please Don't Eat It!" I wonder if the kids have visions of me hunting down a plastic cafeteria fork and digging in, and am not sure whether I should be amused or offended.
And as if they needed to add insult to injury, V and S show up at my door. "Did you see our cake?" S asks. "It's right there on your bookshelf."
"Yeah," says V. "But don't eat it because we are having a going away party for D (who is moving to a town two hours south) and we need it at 2:30."
I hope they shared a smidge with you. It's sad that books have to be stashed away for a test--doesn't seem right.
I can beat that...picking up one of my groups one of my boys takes one look at me and says....you look tired Mrs. H., I said, I did wake up a little too early (I was freaking out about my new hair cut). But then this astute little boy goes on.... I really mean it...you just don't look good...hmm...great way to start the morning! I need to teach kind comments 101 with this one.
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