I would call it a night cap, but I don’t drink, so we will call it a recap. 🙂
Last night, I had to go through some of our youngest son’s stuff. I found 5 9-volt batteries, the lids of two cat food cans, 8 pens, 2 nail clippers, 1 bag of cough drops, 1 box of granola bars and a screw driver from my computer tech kit. So we are back to hoarding things again. Not sure why he feels it is necessary to do this. But, he does have OCD so maybe that is the only explanation available.
This morning, we heard only one thing from the school principal after our response yesterday to the PWN. And that was a response that indicated that she was out of the office until Friday morning. It wasn’t an out of office responder from Outlook or anything like that. I know what those look like, and this was definitely not that. But it also makes no attempt to schedule anything for the coming week. Maybe she is just going to wait until Friday and try again. I don’t know.
On another note, the school counselor is a family friend who is deeply religious. A trait we find endearing. He is being lambasted by the administrators for not participating in meetings and activities at the elementary school that he has effectively been thrown out of. He is never told about these events in advance, and since he doesn’t maintain time at the elementary school except for Fridays, he is not attuned to what is going on in that building. Yet, he is constantly being lambasted for not attending events in the elementary school.
Now, I understand the concept of two sides to every story. But, given the way we know the school treats parents, isn’t it reasonable to assume the possibility that they treat their employees almost as bad or just as bad?
Ok. Enough about the school. 🙂 For right now anyway, I promise.
David, our youngest is still fighting his cold. He was up frequently during the night coughing. Hard to convince him that if he wants to get better, he needs to spit out whatever he coughs up rather than just swallowing it. Same with the nose, if you sneeze, don’t suck it back in… get a kleenex and blow it the rest of the way out. I know, it’s gross, but how do I convince a 10 year old oppositional defiant child with OCD, ADHD and autism that it is better for him to get it out than keep it in? He is absolutely miserable when he is sick.
Today has been a fairly good day so far, yet it is only noon. Here is a cheer for continued positive behavior on his part, and continued positive support on my side.
Now it is time to put a turkey in the oven. Hope your day rocks!