ah, yes, when Monster was just a baby he was just as affectionate and loving as any other human baby. My little Monsty was furry and soft. He was just like a real life teddy bear. He would cooo and smile at me. We would sit and cuddle in my old rocking chair by the firelight, as I would sing to him my favorite childhood nursery rhymes. Oh, those are the days I recall now, when Monster's episodes get out of hand. I truly believe his gentle nature would have stayed with him forever, if it wasn't for that nasty woman. That woman with her high heeled shoes and her long perfectly red manicured nails. Clicking her heels and nails as she walked along the sidewalk. That evil Click-clacker. Oh, why did she have to sit down next to us on the bench in the park? I wished she would have picked another location to work out her "problems" other than where we were that day. "Cute dog" said Click-clacker. "Thanks" I replied. She then reached out to pet Monsty. She must have startled him, because when she pet him, he snipped at one of the red nails and broke it right off. The scream Click-clacker wailed echoed through the park. I thought Monsty had bit her hard and was seriously harmed. I tried to help her, dreading the wound I would find on her hand. Oh, thank God, it was only the tip of a nail. Click-clacker kept screaming, ranting and raving about how horrible little Montsy was. She was making such a fuss over her red nail tip that it drew attention to a police officer in the park. He ran over to where we were. I heard him call for assistance. Click-clacker pointed to Monsty and said................
I tag Dilf, Fran, Brooke and Dusty
Friday, February 6, 2009
I say we apply "buy American" to everything. Not only the stimulus package. It's the only thing that is going to get our country out of this economic mess that it is in. It's not all that complicated, which is what they want us to believe. I can't believe that some people in this country dare to let other countries dictate our government policies! That is most Un-American. Decent jobs for decent pay and benefits. That is what will make our country strong again. I'm already paying too much for low quality products. I'll pay the extra dollar or two for some quality merchandise. At this point, it would be a pleasure. Threaten us with a "Trade War?. Ooooohhh! I say BRING IT ON BABY!
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Thursday, December 11, 2008
My son and this girl had *words* at the lunch table. He voiced his opinion and disagreed with her, and words escalated from there. She then reached over and dug her nails and scratched up his arm, drawing blood, raising the skin and causing black and blue marks. My son did not retaliate because he won:t hit a girl. During his next class, his arm started to itch and bleed. He went to the nurse. She told him to write up a report. He did. The result? The dean told him he was going to move his seat at lunch. My son protested and asked what her punishment was. *None of your business* was his reply. It has been 4 days after the incident, and my son:s arm is still bruised and scabbed. The girl never received a detention or suspension. My son however, has received detentions and in house suspensions for far less in the past.
I agree that both students need to be talked to, when an altercation has occurred. Physical violence, however, should result in some form of punishment.