Thursday, August 25, 2011

Day Four: James Madison

Mama:  How was your day today?
Claire:  Fine.
Mama:  What did you do at school?
Claire:  I did what I usually do.  Coloring, listening to books, go to music, PE, lunch.
Mama:  What was your favorite part of today?
Claire:  Singing the months of the year.  There are seven days, there are seven days in a week.  Count them!  Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Mama:  Thanks.  Who were your friends today?
Claire:  Joby, Lola, not Lucy, she wasn't there.  She skipped two days off.
Mama:  What stories did you hear today? 
Claire:  The Three Little Bears and Goldilocks, Hear Leaf Trouble.  I want to hold you!
Mama:  I can't hold you just yet.  Let's finish this. How did lunch go today?
Claire:  Good. 
Mama:  What did you learn today?
Claire:  We learned about bears.  What they look like and how they act.  We made crafts.  Bears don't really make crafts, but we made crafts.
Mama:  Anything else happen important today?
Claire:  I'm going to tell you all the good parts.  Music, three boys had to go to the restroom.  One went to the restroom and Joby took him and then another boy took him and then Joby and the other boy were running in the halls.  You're not supposed to do that.  We heard them stomping.  And they had a stoplight.  We were on green, that means good.  We turned to yellow that means not actually as good and if you get on red that means not good.  Those mean you did the wrong things.  They had to go to the potty in the middle of music and at coloring time one boy had to move to yellow and another boy had to move up to red on the stoplight!
Mama:  What color were you on?
Claire:  Green.  I try to never be on yellow or red.  Oh no!  Paul ran over Wesley's foot!
Mama:  Tell me a joke.
Claire:  One second.  Paul said he did that on purpose.  Don't write that.  It's not a joke.  Here's my joke:  James Madison eats a rat.  The rat tasted like a hot dog. 

1 comment:

  1. Dear Claire,
    Please always stay on green!
    Gma & Pawpaw


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