Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010

No computer=????

I never thought having a computer would matter that much. Really.

We have no internet(except my pld skool phone) and no TV. It's a cool time to watch my son fill his time without me nagging him off the computer.

And who could blame him?

He is a boy.

He is visual.

Games are awesome.

So I am told.


That's the kicker.

Mama ain't no computer playa.

Hem. Hem.

Except the Facebook and such.

So, I have the Comcast number written down to call for a time to "hook-up" our hook-up.

What shall we do when the computer comes to call?

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The Heart Rate Increases

New school and student for me. Eek.

New school for G. Eek.

Moving into new apartment in new town a week after school starts. My stomach hurts. I wanna puke. I am trying to take it in stride, but my body is betraying me.

Parents moving to Arizona. Dad has another heart issue. Sigh.

Wants love. Tried again. Again. Blah. They want to fuck me. Not date me. I have no time.

I have my child 24/7. Shit.

Embrace the chaos!!!!!

Monday, March 15, 2010

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Our assembly today-Columbine survivor speaking about a friend teaching Kindness

Rachel Scott was the first person killed at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. Her acts of kindness and compassion coupled with the contents of her six diaries have become the foundation for one of the most life-changing school programs in America. Powerful video/audio footage of Rachel's life and the Columbine tragedy holds students spell-bound during a one hour school presentation that motivates them to positive change in the way they treat others.

Nicole Nowlen PRESENTER:
Nicole is a former Columbine student who was in the school's library that day. After surviving being shot by the gunmen, she graduated from Columbine in 2001. Since her graduation, she shared her story with hundreds of thousands of people. Since 2006 she has been sharing Rachel's story across the country and even in Canada and Bermuda. Nicole has been featured in People and Teen People magazines as well as on The Today Show and The Montel Williams Show. Nicole hopes that Rachel's story impacts students to make a difference in the lives of others that are around them every single day.
I am not sure how I will react. I work with a student in 6th grade diagnosed with autism. I am unsure of their reaction as well. Just thinking about where I was that day and how this assembly, in a middle school, will be taken by students and adults .