It was a 3 day weekend for us, and I'm sitting here wondering where it went. I guess that is what happens, when you have something to do and somewhere to be every single day.
Jeff and I visited the Home Show on Friday afternoon. And, since we live in a 20 year old home, we could talk to just about everyone in every booth and find something to do at our house. Instead we chose to meet with a few people in the upcoming weeks to discuss windows and water treatment systems.
We really need new windows in the back of the house. The one door/window doesn't even close completely. I sit and watch the dollar signs float out the area in between the door and the wall. Here is my problem....
Have you seen the price of doors/windows? I thought needing a new mattress was bad. I guess when you only need to replace something every 20-30 years, they really get you on it.
Oh, yeah. The mattress. We need one of those too. My chiropractor would appreciate me not getting a new one, seeing as I'm keeping him in business. I'm tired of not sleeping. 4 to 5 hours a night just doesn't do it for me!
Kyle's grades were posted, which caused me to have a momentary meltdown. His math exam grade posted as a 2 F. Yes, you read that right. 2! After questioning him like he was being held for a criminal investigation, I emailed his teacher requesting how he could have possibly only gotten a 2.
Did she give him credit for putting his name on the top of the paper?
In the end, it was the 2 points that were eligible for the written portion. The main test hadn't been graded yet and posted. The 2 was supposed to be hidden from view. I can't even imagine how many emails that teacher received from parents!
Kyle passed every exam and actually passed every class this quarter. A few classes, he just skimmed by, but I'm relieved that the tutor is working out. Here is to looking at Second Semester with high hopes!