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Saturday, March 5, 2011
8:19 AM | | Edit Post
This week dragged on and on and on. Here's what I learned.
- Read Across America - Going to work in your P.J.s Rocks! Forgetting your wearing them and going into the bank at 2:30 in the afternoon in your pajamas will get you some odd looks.
- Lunch Switching -- My boss has decided that since more than 100 days of school have passed we will no longer be allowing you to change your mind about your lunch choice. If you pick a hot dog you get a hot dog. This rule is more upsetting to teachers than to students. Newsflash: They don't eat not matter what lunch they order and so far none of them have starved.
- My Butt. My boss dropped a tray with pizza sauce on it and when it hit the ground it looked like a crime scene. Forgetting I had a bunch of 3rd grades standing in front of me I yelled, "Did you get that all over my butt." The laughter in line was contagious. Personally, I'm happy I said butt and not ass.
- TMI. The lunchladys in elementary school are like the bartenders in your adult life. Be aware that your kids tell us everything. Including the fact that you had an adults only party in the middle of the week that was so loud your kid didn't get to sleep until after 11 p.m. I'm not sure what kind of party it was, but couldn't it have waited till the weekend?
- THANKS. After handing out 25 trays while saying "You're welcome" in the hopes that someone would say thank you, I leaned over to my boss and whispered, "No Manners." The very next kid said Thank You. How do they know what I'm thinking?
- I'm a 41 year old (gasp) freelance writer, school cafeteria manager, wife and mother. I have three children and one anxious and overweight beagle. I use my blog to make others laugh, to share some cool crafts, to document my lunchlady adventures and to lament about the challenges faced by us all on the journey called life. Thanks for visiting. Please leave some crack...um...I meant some comments.