“This is a topsy-turvy night.”
Hi everyone… I’m Deanne’s daughter and she said I could write this since I am the one who had the overhear (which I am pretty sure is not an actual word since, when I used it in my classroom my teacher didn’t understand what I was talking about).
I thought my mom was really funny when she said this, because we were doing homework and for once I really wanted to keep doing it, but I’m not sure why now, it just was really fun to do my math that night. But my mom said it was too late and I needed to go to bed, and I begged her to let me finish my homework but she said, “No… you can’t do any more homework.” And we both started laughing.
So I had to put it away and go to bed and now I am still not finished with it, but it’s not really that much fun anymore so now I have to do it when it’s not fun.
So I was thinking about this overhear, because my mom said I needed to have a point to make about it, and I decided my point would be that sometimes something is fun one day and not fun the next and that we should always finish something when it is fun, because otherwise we might not finish it.
Like we are having the alphabet days of school now because it is the last 26 days and there are 26 letters in the alphabet; so today is day ‘F’ and we are supposed to dress in our fan colors for our favorite team. My dad really loves the Giants, (he said, NY, not SF:>) and so I wanted to dress up in blue and red for them, but then today, when I went to find something to wear it didn’t sound fun anymore and I decided I didn’t want to do it so I wore purple and black instead.
So actually I guess sometimes you can’t finish something when it is fun and then you just don’t do it.
So, that’s all from me because now I have to go to school (which is definitely not fun today, except for sometimes our class bunny is sort of fun) and my mom is going to finish this.
Note from Deanne: really…. What more is there to say? Right now I am feeling more like playing on Twitter than on writing any more of my blog, so given my daughter’s take on life that is what I am going to do. Sorry. See you
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