Thursday, July 1, 2010

Thank You VERY Much 07/01

It's Free Therapy Day!! That's right, it's Thursday, which means it's the Thank You Very Much day. The way it works is that you take out all your frustrations on people/things that peeved you off during the week and thank them in a very sarcastic way, for being who or what they are/doing what they did.
This Thursday I am linking up with Kmama at The Daily Dribbles with Thank You Very Much!
But this week Kmama is away on vacation so for this week only, you will need to link up your TYVM with Heather from Oswald Cuties. Heather has graciously offered to host TYVM this week for me while I'm on vacation because I knew that I wouldn't be able to make a visit to your blogs and read your TYVM's.-Kmama

Thank you very much to the County School Board psychologist who called me today about my daughter's testing for the gifted program. When you asked me if I had her Alpha code and I did not you decided you were done with me. As if? Then you told me I needed to call her guidance counselor knowing that she is out of the office until August 9th!!! Thank you VERY much but I am NOT done with you yet!!

Thank you very much to my kids for smearing their greasy little hands on the sliding glass windows everyday this week. I have cleaned them every night after bed and you grease them up daily. I must show you all how to open the door without using your hands on the glass.

Thank you very much to the elderly couple who took the last booth at Chick Fil A today leaving me no choice but to eat at a table. Tables with chairs do not contain small children very well like the booths do.

Thank you very much to the printer and laptop for making my invitation creation for Little E's birthday party take much longer and be so much harder than it should be.

Thank you very much to the GPS in my Honda Odyssey for locating a Chick Fil A on the road I was on and dinging you have reached your location and me realizing that it was in the mall.

Thank you to the gentleman *snort* and his grandson in front of me waiting for the elevator at the science center who didn't read the sign " Please allow all wheel chairs and strollers to enter elevator first". But it worked out well because he wasn't paying attention to the up/down arrow either and got on the elevator going down when he wanted to go up. Too bad for him we got to go down and he had to ride the elevator longer..*snicker*


Rachel said...

Oy! I know what a challenge it is to keep little ones in the chairs! I much prefer booths to TRAP them in :)

Happy Thursday!

HeatherOz said...

Oh yes! I totally hear ya on the booth thing! We always try to get a booth to contain the kiddos! LOL
Too funny about the rule breaker guy at the elevator. That's what he gets (that's what my kids would say)
Thanks so much for linking up today!

Beth Zimmerman said...

Good Luck with the G & T program! :)

Anonymous said...

My kids were in the gifted program in our local district before we moved. It can be such a game of hoop jumping. Good luck!

Booths are so much better for containing kids. I'd have been frustrated too.

Marvelous Mommy said...

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