Friday, November 6, 2015

Random Tid Bits

  1. A crazy lady wondered what it would be like to pet a tiger. She broke into our zoo not during hours of operation. I don't know how she did this. They have security guards there around the clock. She got to the tiger cage, climbed a fence to touch the wild cat. It bit her hand very badly. She'll have to get a few surgeries on her hand. She got out of the zoo. A friend took her to the hospital. She was was intoxicated, or drugged up with something. The moral of the story is...don't stick your hand in a wild animal cage!

  2. Somebody put the message below on the News' Facebook page. I was cracking up.

  3. I've been brainstorming about what to give the kid's teachers this year for holiday gifts. Last year I gave out June Berry Jam, pencils with their names on them, and hot coco packets. I still have jam. This is Isaak's teachers last year. I don't think pencils with her name on them is fitting if she's not going to be teaching any more after this year. What have you given as a gift to teachers in the past? Should I just give jam and a gift card to some place?  

  4. My youngest nephew Edison is such a Momma's boy. My sister out of desperation messaged me, "Edison will not lay down for a nap. I'm so sick I need a nap so bad. Emerson needs attention to. What do I do?" I said, "Lay him down. Tell him you love him, and that it's time to go to sleep. Then leave for 15 minutes. Go back in, don't look at him, just lay him back down, and leave. Keep doing that. As long as he's not hungry, or tired he should be fine." It's funny how you can be a parent, and all your kids are different.

  5. The girl that Mica's liked for 1 1/2 school years he no longer has a crush on. I think his reasoning is so funny. Mica likes people based on how hard they try in school. I've never known someone his age to be like that. I'm going to call her S. S showed up to the Lemur Study Group, and didn't participate in studying at all. She drew pictures, while everyone else studied. When they had the quiz at the zoo she had a book in her hands at all times. Really the teachers should have taken the book away. Mica also doesn't care for people that do not follow the rules. S showed up to school with a cell phone, and didn't put it in the teacher's basket. Instead she took it outside for recess to snap photos. Mica was not impressed. That's the end of that.

  6. I had an odd thing happen yesterday when I went to the store. I got there, and someone was looking at me off and on. She kept walking around, but didn't put anything in her basket. Finally she came up to me to say, "I have a question to ask you. Is your name Renee?" Most normally that wouldn't be so odd. I mean we run into people that look like other people all the time. Renee is my Mom's Cousin that just died. The same person whom we went to clear out her apartment. It just threw me. I politely said, "Nope I'm not Renee." She said, "I haven't seen her in years, and you look just like her." I said, "That's ok. Have a great day."


Masshole Mommy said...

That tiger lady made the news out here in Boston. What an idiot.

~ Noelle said...

Tiger lady... idiot
Teacher gift... i did those nice water bottles with their names on them one year. (The name they go by.. not teacher last name) now I just do a gift card. I figure that way they get exactly what they want ;)

Maryann D. said...

I wonder if that was some sort of sign from your mother's cousin Renee when the person asked you if you were Renee? We had lots of strange things happen to us after my dad and mom passed away. You never know!
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Theresa Mahoney said...

I'd give a gift card too. That's what we did when the girls were in elementary school and had one teacher. Now they have 6 each and buying for that many is just too much.

The tiger lady deserved what she got. Dummy!

mail4rosey said...

I'm sorry to hear about your mom's cousin.

That's funny about your son's reasoning for not liking the girl anymore. Kind of cool too. :)


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