My mom ended up actually making a comment on my last entry. It was pretty adorable, if that’s the correct word for it. I don’t know if anyone caught my mom’s comment amidst all the other ones but it was definitely there. Haha.

My life has been very busy lately but not all that interesting. The only humorous thing lately was that I got to tell the class I was subbing for yesterday “May the Fourth be with you!” It was, indeed, May 4th. I got a kick out of my silly Star Wars pun. The kids did, too. I love when I can relate so well to them and I think they love it, too. One kid made up a sign that told everyone it was Star Wars Day as decreed by the coolest sub in the school and she wanted me to let her hang it up. I told her she had to finish her work first. Unfortunately she never did finish her work but I think she forgot about it anyway.

I also supervised the track meet yesterday. My duties included wearing a bright yellow security jacket, walking the visiting team to and from their bus, and patrolling the field during the meet. The meet went very well and the kids all had a lot of fun. There had to be at least 75 boys on our track team and the visiting track team, although not AS huge, was still very large. The crowd, as you can imagine, was larger than both teams. Our school is a great community, though, and that includes the parents. It was a great experience. I had a lovely time and it was exciting when the kids were happy to see me turn up there, too.

My mother reads my blog. Every once in a while, as with all things in life, mothers let us know what they think of things. I’ve come to realize that this is not always a bad thing and this is why my mother has access to my blog. Plus, sometimes it makes for a quite the humorous conversation – especially when it has to do with things online.

Yesterday, my mother informed me that I had not made a blog post in 3 days and that my blog had become boring. It was rather funny hearing that from my mother whose internet abilities consist of emailing her friends, sending out forwards, and clicking the link I’ve created for her in the bookmarks bar to find my blog.

She also informed me that my Wordless Wednesday posts are also boring! This made me very sad because I love taking pictures and I think that Wordless Wednesdays are fun. It’s like having a mini photoblog without actually having a photoblog! It’s my weekly photoblog! I guess my mom likes to read about my life instead. I can understand that… she being my mother and all. Now that I’ve moved out she probably misses me.

My mother also told me that my grammar was incorrect on my last post. She said, “It’s not ‘I sunk your battleship!’ It’s ‘I sank your battleship!'” Being the stubborn person that I am, I was determined to prove that although it might be grammatically correct, it was not the most common saying in the battleship world! Google helped me out.

Yes, Google. That’s what I meant.