Can you believe it’s the last week of August already? I love fall, so I’m looking forward to that, at least. If it means finally getting rid of this annoying humidity, I’m all for summer coming to an end sooner rather than later. Apologies to those who thrive in the heat and humidity for my wishing fall would arrive at the speed of light.
When Princess Nagger got home from her first day of school last week, with a flourish she mentioned that she had been called to the Principal’s office. I know, right? After pausing for dramatic effect, she said “He just wanted to give me a hug. I’m popular.”
The principal is very nice and cares about each of the kids in this not-so-small school. He even gives them a chance to dunk him in the dunking booth during the fall festival each year, and lets the class that wins the most collected Box Tops for Education pummel him with water balloons on the last day of school. It’s sad this is Princess Nagger’s last year there. Hopefully her next school will have an equally awesome Principal.
So far she’s been enjoying school – at least the first three days. Day four was apparently the worst day ever, because she wore her fox ears to school and, in her words, the other kids ‘mocked’ her. Poor thing. More on that tomorrow.
I’m sure the other thing that made it the ‘worst day ever’ was because she had a dentist appointment looming over her head at the end of the day, to have a filling replaced that had fallen out. She was in her usual Drama Queen mode in the dentist chair, dissolving into tears before anything even started:
Poor thing. Even wearing her fox ears didn’t help alleviate her stress. Luckily the dentist is amazingly patient, and had her calmed down in no time. Plus, it was a surface cavity that she didn’t need to have her gums numbed for the filling. I don’t know about you, but those darn needles they use to numb your gums is what usually hurts the most. Her day improved from there, so I imagine today’s Day Five will go smoothly.
If you follow me on Facebook, you probably saw when I posted I needed to get a Crustache sandwich cutter. I did end up buying one:
Gives a whole new meaning to kids playing with their food. I have no idea why it’s only suitable for ages 12 and up – I hope no one minds that I made a nine year old a Crustache sandwich. When she got home that next day, I asked how her friends at lunch liked her mustaches – she rolled her eyes and said: “I tried to disguise myself with the mustaches, but they still recognized me.” Ahem. So much for using a Crustache sandwich to go incognito, right?
Speaking of school lunch, last year this was Princess Nagger’s lunch box of choice:
Chuck fans will recognize the Buy More name. Princess Nagger’s 3rd grade teacher was a Chuck fan, so she thought it was cool, too. I had to snag the image off the ‘net, because Princess Nagger forgot to bring it home. Last Thursday. She thinks she’ll have to retrieve it from the Lost & Found tomorrow since it’s been too long (and over the weekend). The next time she packs, she’ll be sporting a new lunch box:
One of her newest obsessions. Princess Nagger figures all her friends will be jealous. This one even came with a thermos:
I ended up ordering two – one for her and one for me. Not that I’ll ever use mine – I bought mine for the collectible aspect. Princess Nagger thinks it’s silly to buy one and not use it.
That’s it for this week – time to link up, hop around and most importantly have fun.
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