It's Thursday! Friday is knocking at the door... and so usually by the end of the week it is time to thank some people for the wonderful thing going on. So this week I am combining my Letters to Someone from shortmama with my Thank you very Much Thursday from Kmama.
To Lucas School-
Thank you so much for letting us drive up and pick up our kids. It really is easier for me with two others in tow. And thank you for making it so easy and run smoothly.... Oh wait, you didn't. In fact on the day we were supposed to be able to drive up and pick up our kids the assistant wasn't there so all of us parents in the do not park, pick-up only zone had to get out of our cars and walk up and get the kids. Thank you for helping establish good pick-up habits for all of those kindergarten parents.
The Mom who really didn't want to get out of her car
To the Kindergarten Parents-
We all know how great of a job the school did with pickup on Monday, but let's not develop any bad habits. So two days later, when the system had been working right for two days, thank you for stopping your car and getting out. It really helps everything run so smoothly. And especially thank you to those parents whose time is so much more important than everyone else's and drive up in the other lane only to cut in line. I am so glad you are so much more important than the rest of us.
The Mom who actually understands how the pick-up lane works
To that one boy in Lucas class-
Yes, the child who sat next to Lucas at snack time on Tuesday, I am talking to you. Thank you so much for taking the note I wrote to Lucas and ripping it up. I am so glad you are already a little bully. Your mother must be so proud. So next time just keep your hands to yourself or I might just let you know what I think of you.
The mom who does not like kids picking on her boy
Let's learn to please keep your hands to yourself.. i.e don't hug kids around the neck anymore. I don't want to be the recipient of a letter like this from another mom or your teacher.
The mom who really does love you and has taught you better than that
So go check out both Shortmama and Kmama's blog and link up with one or both, venting can be good for the soul :)