First Week of School Success and Random Funnies for Random Tuesday Thoughts Rebel

Well, that’s it, then. Summer is officially (break-wise vs. calendar-wise) over. The kids have their first week of school under their belts, and a successful first week it was! Last year we got a call from Little Dude’s teacher on … Continue reading

Fall TV Anticipation, Repairs Needed, Lost and Found – Friendly Fill-Ins for Friday Fun!

So far, so good for this first week of Back to School. Princess Nagger is getting acclimated to the requirements and classes with the Virtual Academy, and Little Dude has been on his best behavior for this first week – … Continue reading

ADHD/ODD Shoe Shredder; Shark Bite; and Trampoline Genius: Random Tuesday Thoughts with Coffee

Oh man, I am so late! I mean, you might not notice it, but I’m looking at the clock realizing that usually my post is written, proof read and scheduled by now, as it normally goes ‘live’ exactly one hour … Continue reading

Mishmash Day Chatting with Coffee: RTT Rebel

March has arrived! A busy month – we lose an hour a week from Sunday, the week after that is the first day of spring, and the week after that the kids have their Spring Break.  We’re kicking off the … Continue reading

Homework Blues and Volunteering while Chatting with Coffee: Random Tuesday Thoughts Rebel

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I would never have the patience to homeschool either of my kids. I am a huge admirer for those that can do it, but I know that homeschooling would be my … Continue reading

Hawaiian Teaser and the First week of School: Random Tuesday Thoughts Rebel

Well hello there my random friends! Did you miss me? Yes, you jokesters, I was not here. One week in Hawaii really wasn’t enough – I so want to go back, not only because it’s beautiful there, but we had … Continue reading

Major Decision and At My Wits’ End: RTT Rebel

After lots of sleepless nights and tears, we finally decided it would be in Princess Nagger’s best interest to remove her from the gifted program and return her to Gen Ed. Because the gifted classroom has both 5th and 6th … Continue reading