Thursday, May 22, 2008

You might be a homeschooler if...

* You come to school in your PJ's.
* Your biology lab consists of assisting in your sibling's birth.
* Your stacks of books to check out is taller than the librarian.
* Your PE comes from chasing little toddlers around.
* Your school bus is a 9 passenger van.
* You consider school work after lunch to be cruel and unusual punishment.
* Your father has ever told the check-out lady at Wal-mart, "We're on a field trip."
* Your teacher has ever written your report card on a napkin.
* You have to move dirty laundry off your desk before your can start school.
* The signatures on your diploma all end with the same last name.
* Everyone else in the world is referred to as "Non-homies."
* Your first real date is on your honeymoon.
* Your yearbook is also your babybook.
* A snow day means that you shovel the driveway after you finish your school work.
* You enjoy the pastime of watching public school kids walk home from school.
* You have to look at the clock to see if you can call your public school friends yet.
* Your alarm clock is the public school kids' bus going by.
* You've played jump rope with kids 5 years older than you and 5 years younger at the same time.
* Health class is potty training, going to the dentist, and helping make supper.
* You have to decide what year you want to graduate.
* You can remember nearly every single day you went to public school.
* The teacher can kiss the principal, and no one thinks it's unusual.
* You get to school and the teacher asks you if you've done all your chores.
* You graduate valedictorian.
* Your mother never asks how school was today?

1 comment:

  1. Melissa, so many of these are true!!

    I think the difference between the blogworld and Myspace is that Myspace is invites only, right? With having a blog, you don't know who is reading, by giving your location, even your schedule at the bottom of the blog, when you are gone etc...it leaves it open for anyone to find you, if they want, do really anything. I have sitemeter and can check where people are reading from, surprisingly many are pretty close to where we live, but I have no idea who they are!! Kind of scarey.Between 70 and 100 people from all over the country read my little blog, it opens yourself up. You don't want to open yourself up to a stalker or worse. Nowadays there are a lot of psychos out there. SO most people, actually all the blogs I read, they don't tell where they live and a lot of them use fake names for our innocent children.

    PS, any way you could take the "A" off my name? Thank you!!!!

    It's ok to have a little mystery in your life!

    Great posts, I have to think about the question one though!

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