Category Archives: Home Economics

NAPS.

First things first….

Yesterday during first period, I was instructed to play a movie for the class I was covering.  Naturally, I turned off the lights, because it was easier for the students to see the SmartBoard.  Four of the precious athletes in the class decided to take a nap. Asking them to STAY AWAKE falls on deaf ears, so, I just held my tongue.

When the movie was over, I turned on the lights.  I ask you friends, is that SO INSANE? Because the reaction that I got from these lovely four was comparable to me pulling their hair.  The shock! The incredulous stares!

Ms. M! HOW COULD YOU TURN ON THE LIGHTS?!

Ms. M! Can’t you just work on the computer with the lights off????

Ms. M! Jesus fucking ch*ist I WAS SLEEPING.

Held my tongue? I almost bit it off I was so appalled…..

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Swan Lake meets “Family and Consumer Sciences”

What do you get when you add Frankie + Eddie + Donnie?

Three seventh grade boys…

…WITH NO SHOES ON!!!

Running around the home economics room…….dancing like “those people”.

Twirling.

Laughing.

Spazzing….

ALL OVER THE ROOM, as the rest of the twenty five seventh graders think that they are just the FUNNIEST people on the planet.  I, on the other hand, wondered what I had done in a previous life to be banished to home economics hell.

One day, I’ll make it to heaven.  Here’s a hoping….

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