Tuesday, August 11, 2009

You know what day it is!
RANDOM THOUGHT TUESDAY with Keely at the unmom/
For me, EVERY day is RANDOM!
*You know what I like?
Real whipped cream that is not whipped into stiff peaks but light peaks with vanilla and powdered sugar.
*You know what I don't like?
The fact the August is half over
and school starts in two weeks.
I hate school........and I don't even go!

*You know what I am having for breakfast?
Someone ate the rest of the angel food cake, berries and whipped cream! I guess I'll have to settle for bacon, a sugar cookie and a coke for breakfast.

*You know what my MOST PRODUCTIVE time of the day is? BEFORE 7 am.
You should see what I can accomplish if I get up around 5:30.
I am NOT a morning person!!!

*You know what is stupid?
Yesterday was Senior Registration at the high school.
You would not believe how many parents not only accompanied their seniors,
but actually insisted on carrying the pack of paperwork and doing all the talking for their 17 year old.
My job was to collect certain forms and then hand the student a small card with their information so they could get their picture taken and student ID made………nothing to do with parents.

After collecting the forms, I always handed the card to the student and addressed the student, giving them instructions.
What I wanted to do was ask the moms if they were going to go to college registration with their little baby next year. I didn’t though.

*You will not believe what tomorrow is………
I will sing you a song to give you a hint:
“Reunited and it feels so good…
Reunited and nah nah nah nah nah.”
Okay, so I don’t remember all of the Peaches and Herb song.
But anyway……..
The other ½ of the BONEHEAD BROTHERS gets home tomorrow.
Brace yourself! Tyler arrives fresh from the summer session of college.
Garrett has reminded me EVERY day!

One of Parker’s friends was staying with us while his parents were out of town and Garrett told him that he was welcome to stay, but he would have to vacate the couch on Wednesday because that was Tyler’s bed.
Well, now you know pretty much EVERYTHING!


Amy Pickledpigsfeet said...

Really seniors brought their parents? My Mom stopped going with me to register for school when I was in 8th grade. In high school I was totally on my own, she'd give me a check with instructions to call if it was over the amount she thought it would be.

I'm glad the Bonehead Brothers will be reunited soon! I know how much you've missed their antics.

blueviolet said...

That doesn't surprise me a bit about the parents at high school registration. You know why? I was one of them. But if you had met my son at that age, you would have been wishing his mother was there to help.
He's a man now, just for the record.

Mama Badger said...

Yup, those people will be going to college with their kids. And they'll call the student loan officer when it's time for that, too (trust me, I can't tell you how many parents I had to explain that their kid was no longer a minor, so I needed the kids permission to talk to the parent. Good times). I actually met a girl who's mom took the first two weeks of her college career off so that she could get a hotel room and "help her adjust". Uhm, really?

Anonymous said...

i'm actually looking forward to school starting for once. it's rained alot this summer. lol. which means 6 kids INSIDE the house.... ;)

I am Harriet said...

Love your randomness. I too experienced senior registration yesterday :)
Have a Wonderful Tuesday!

Toni said...

When can I come over for breakfast? It sounds delish!

Casey said...

Woah, your font size is distractingly random, I like it.

5:30 am should not exist on any clock, I can't believe you wake up that early on purpose. I'm the opposite of you, I can't wait for school.

I'm "officially" representing Keely today...consider her represented.

Amy Pickledpigsfeet said...

Mama that girl's Mom sounds like the Mom of one of my students last fall. She also called me after the second test to discuss why her daughter got the grade she got. I told her I can't discuss grades with out her daughter's permission, but she could ask her daughter the reason she got the grade.