reply to post by smyleegrl
LOL...I think it's hysterically funny ! It's not like your wishing her bodily harm....we all can use a lesson in humility from time to time....
Perhaps sometimes "professionals" do over sleep, till noon even !
I'm sending positive thoughts your way Smyleegrl, I have read some of your recent posts and have been thinking about you, and wanted to reply. I have
a few years on you, my daughter is 22 yrs. and I just turned 50 yrs.....yikes, lol........ I REALLY understand how difficult it is to raise a young
child and work in a high pressure, "hostile" environment, and I KNOW the toll it takes on your family life and personal well being.
You know what's funny, when I think back on it now, all the things that used to COMPLETELY Stress me out about work really mean nothing now, other
then to reflect on how stupid it all was, but you know what does still bother me and makes me sad, the times I missed out on with my daughter...
Constantly rushing everything......"hurry up, hurry up...we're going to be late ! " Always juggling her needs with my responsibilities at
work...the look on her face when I had to work late and showed up with a store bought cake, when I PROMISED her we would make one, which was our
tradition on her Birthday....then getting all the girls settled in for her sleep over, lol, which I probably hurried, cause I still had work to do in
my home office...... hangs my head in Mommy shame........
I don't know that much about autism or special needs children, but God Bless Ms. Diane, my daughter's first teacher who when my daughter REFUSED to
participate in Circle Time told her mortified Mommy..... "Don't worry, she will join when she's ready " and you know what, she did, and she loved
Your Principal does not seem like the kind of person that can handle kids in general, I'm not even going to be PC, he sounds like a
Hang in There....((( Hug )))