Wednesday, May 28, 2008

WordFULL Wednesday

This morning, Miss Grace got up at 7, half an hour earlier than usual. She started talked and did not stop talking until she left for school

So, I thought you should know that she is taking a mechanical pencil to school today. One of her elbow scabs came off yesterday. Sam is the only one in class who has lead for her mechanical pencil, Mrs. Beridon has big forearms. She won't miss Mrs. B next year as much as she misses Ms. Dunham (her second grade teacher), because Mrs. B is going to substitute, Olivia is putting a spaghetti strap dress, but that is okay since she is either going to wear a shirt under it, a sweater over it, or both, Grace doesn't like the taste of the Claritin, but she only takes it in the spring, but sometimes at other times in the summer, she might take it in Cuba, Mavisabelle (her prayer partner in Cuba) sure draws good flowers, is it cold enough to wear a jacket? it's okay, there's a hooded sweatshirt in her book bag, her homework notebook needs signed, even though it isn't filled out, today is pizza day .

Sigh....that is all I can remember and I am sure it is only 1/2 of what has been said the past 40 minutes.

7 comments:

as written by Barbara said...

... my goodness she had a lot on her mind today...!!!
You a truly a good Mom to just listen.
Barbara

erin richardson said...

WOW. She really is a talker, isn't she.

Our 7 Blessings from God said...

How funny! I'm impressed you remembered so much:)
Karen

Dawn said...

OH MY, and just think, she'll have an extra 8 hours a day soon to fill you in on what's going on in her mind!


:oD
Laughing with you not at you!!
HUGS!

Anonymous said...

Wow!

Robyn Jones said...

LOL! She reminds of the way my oldest daughter was when she was a little girl...ok....scratch that....she is 20 now, and she is still like that...

Melissa Wagner said...

Oh man!! Tonni, she's got to be related to Julia! I hear all about Jessica and her make-up, Gabby and her sister, Hayley and her blonde hair, Raven and his likes/dislikes. AYE AYE AYE! It's like a preschool drama!