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Chicken Nuggets

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[size=4][font="Arial Black"]Latest find: [color="#FF0000"]Ian's Chicken Nuggets [/color](at Henry's Market) YUM! I dip them in gluten-free bbq sauce
Latest flub: bf talked me into buying gluten-free cookies and when I ate them, I couldn't believe how good they much so that I became suspicious, and--they were the regular kind. They had been right next to the Gluten-Free kind and somehow I must've put the wrong ones in the cart. ugh. I waited anxiously for the impending doom, but it was mild, no gastro symptoms, only back and leg pain for a couple days.
Today's menu:
breakfast: nothing (ooops!) The[color="#FF0000"] fires[/color] are here and I had no electricity this morning, so it was difficult to get ready!
lunch: applesauce and gfbread with turkey and mayo and mustard; water
dinner: gluten-free pizza (enerG crust and my own toppings and prego sauce), Snapea Crisps, Namaste brownies, Diet Sunkist
Busy October: After the Maine/Boston trip:
FIRES! Ashes, ashes, falling on my car. Nosebleeds, hyper students not allowed to play outside, face masks, etc.
Detective and I flew to Vegas on a whim and saw Toni Braxton (fabulous!!!), went to a Chargers game, etc.
The parents of my students are driving me crazy. Following me around. Trying to meet with me without an appointment. My contract requires 24 hour notice for appointments! hell-o! Do you follow your doctor or dentist around and ask for an on-the-spot appointment? Why would you think that my time is any less valuable? My principal supports me in it, at least! I've had meetings about programs, testing, mentoring, etc. EVERY DAY THIS WEEK. I was at work until 9:30 PM working on the weekly video! THEN we were supposed to go into work on SATURDAY. Get a clue...teachers don't just work 7-3 like when we grew up. We don't have PE teachers, art teachers, or music teachers. WE are with the kids ALL DAY except lunch. Then we have a 45 minute period that we are paid to work after school. AFTER that it's all FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO let us be! If we send you a note, you don't need to CALL US and demand a CONFERENCE about it! The NOTE is what we have to say! Explaining it in person is not going to make your child stop failing! Turn in homework, stop making excuses, and LOOK at the papers we send home! Don't get defensive, we don't have time to dream up things your child does wrong. We let LOTS of it go. By the time we tell you, it's a PROBLEM. Telling us excuses doesn't solve anything. We are not your shrink or your friend. Get a job, get a life, let your kid learn from her or his mistakes. It's part of life! 4th graders who can't tie their own shoes??? Give me a break.[/font] [/size]

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