Oh. Perhaps you didn't get the memo. "Mature" was redefined some time ago. If you'd gotten the memo, you'd have lowered your expectations long ago.Still, I have to admire your persistence in the face of almost imeveitable failure.If I had a medal, I'd give it to you. I voted for a pay raise, but you already know how that went. Sorry. And thanks.
Please ignore the horrible spelling in the comment above. I had VERY GOOD TEACHERS, who would be extremely disappointed to see them. It's an I-didn't-have-my-coffee-yet thing, and an I'm-too-eager-to-respond-to-bother-proofreading thing.I can spell, and manage all other aspects of written language quite well. Thank you, teachers.
When my mother was alive, I did always run many things by her, those major big important things that had me on the fence. I miss having her around for those little chats.
Karen, I like those talks also - but "I'm calling my mom and she will deal with this" is not the normal response of a 16 year old boy - in a classroom.
Well said. There are those who call mommy, and then there are those who lie to mommy...both are bad, on many levels.
Talking to mom about a problem and crying to mom to solve it are two different things.
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