I realize I am a boring dresser. I prefer black and brown and gray over most everything else. I am exceedingly practical (and frugal!), so I like to buy things in neutrals so they can coordinate with lots of other pieces. I'm not one for splashy prints, big jewelry or bright colors.
So when I walked downstairs this morning wearing this top,
my ten-year-old son said, "Mom! You're not going to wear that to school are you?"
"Where should I wear it?", I asked.
Without missing a beat, he said seriously, "The casino!"
Instead of take his advice, I chose to teach preschool instead of gamble. But if I ever decide to try out a casino, I know what to wear.
And while teaching preschool in lieu of gambling, this occurred:
My husband came down to visit the preschool classrooms (this is such a joy in my life - that my husband and 4/5 of my children are all in the building with me and I see them every now and again). He ended up walking outside with me and my class briefly. As he headed back in, one of my students asked why he had come out with us.
"Because he's my . . . ", I said to her, hoping she would say husband.
Instead, she cheerfully said, "Grandpa?"
I decided to hashtag because I think that hashtags are underused. We need more exercises in word separation these days. We need to spend more time sounding out unintelligible run-on words. You're welcome.