Friday, November 19, 2010
When I pick my kids up from school the first two minutes after they get in the car are always the most interesting. I get the details of all the injustices that happened in the school day. Today it was child "A" .
"I didn't even get pizza today." Stated child "A"
"Why would you have pizza, it's a half day?" I asked. "Schools out before lunch."
"Well I wasn't the only one... there was three of us who didn't get any." Child "A" continued to state the injustice.
"I see you have a cupcake, was it someones birthday?" I asked the obvious.
"Yes, our group was last and they ran out of pizza. They only had hot wings left." Child "A" said shaking her head. "I saw more in the box, but I think those pieces were left for the adults."
"I don't understand? There was pizza left...but the adults said there wasn't...because they were saving pizza for themselves?" I asked. "How do you feel about that?"
"Some kids were upset..." Child "A" said as she handed her cupcake to her younger sibling.
"Were you upset?" I asked looking into the rear view mirror.
Child "A" tightened her mouth and shook her head yes.
Does this really happen?
It's simple. If there are 30 kids in a class, bring 30 slices of pizza...or nothing at all! Some people are clueless...or should I say three slices short.
Looks like we are having pizza for dinner.
Disclaimer: Child "A" asked me to refer to her this way, for this post, for anonymity. I explained that people who read this blog can figure out who I am referring to. So please, pretend this didn't come from her.