Thursday, August 02, 2007

What I Overhear During My Morning Break

[Names changed to protect the innocent, as always.]

"Ayu, stop!"

"Puff-Puff, no shooting! We do NOT shoot our friends!"

"No, BB - take the tan bark out of your mouth!"

"Princess, your shoes are on the wrong feet."

"Puff-Puff, stop shooting!"

"Bebby! Bebby! ... BEBBY! No, Bebby, over here."

"Use your words, Elfin."

"If you're stuck, Bossy, move the other car! ... Yes, QueenR, you need to help if you want to ride with her."

"Puff-Puff, if you shoot again, you're going to sit in time-out!"

"Princess, they're still on the wrong feet. Take them off and switch them."

"Le Petit - thumb out of your mouth."

"BB - finger out of your nose."

"Ayu - hand out of your pants."

"Puff-Puff! Stop! Come sit here right now!"

"No, Princess, the other foot."

"Slow down, QueenR - that's how you fell yesterday!"

"Bleu, you're playing so nicely in that sand. Puff-Puff, look how nicely Bl-



Can you understand why my 15-minute breaks always seem much too short for me?


In other news, I hope you've all taken the opportunity to check out my new photo blog. A new photo every day, and admiring the pics takes only about 10 seconds from your life. Leaving a comment probably adds about thirty seconds. Seriously? That's less than a minute.


Seth said...

And that, Lara, is exactly why I don't teach the youngin's! Thanks for the chuckle this morning!

Lisa said...

OK that brought me back to my days working with 3-5 year olds. *shudder*
No, they really were ADORABLE but man....they got into trouble quicker than you could blink!

Anonymous said...

Heh - can't wait for more stories from Puff-Puff =) poor cat...

Yuriko said...

Thanks for the laugh.. needed it on a Friday boring mogin, erm monrnig..arh (i give up..) I can't spell morgnig! Phooey!

tpiglette said...

Oooh...I love photoblogs. Yay for your awesome photography!

Anonymous said...

You need longer breaks.... or maybe NOT!! It would only mean more 'Puffing'!

Stepping Over the Junk said...

Heh. You'd think you lived in the midwest!

Angela said...

I'm exhausted just from reading that! Nick and I used to volunteer to work with 3- to 5-year-olds, and luckily we only did it for about two hours at a time or else I think I would go insane.

Anonymous said...

LSHMSH! (Laughing So Hard My Sides Hurt!)Poor Puff Puff. Poor Cat!