I'm sorry.....so sorry.

Today BEDIM challenge is to write a public apology. I am at a loss really on what to say.

  • I'm sorry people of walmart that I laugh at the crazy things you think is appropriate to wear in public, and then write about them on facebook.
  • I'm sorry Abbey that I try to push you to be the best at everything and can't just let you be happy being in PIT just because I think it would be more fun for you to march
  • I'm sorry Emmy that you can't be homeschooled and that I have to drop you off at a school that doesn't care to read up on dyslexia and believe that writing "I will not leave blanks on my paper" is really NOT the best way to get you to stop leaving blanks.
  • pants, I am sorry I try to squeeze an extra 10 pounds of fat into you.

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  1. Ugh the Emmy one makes me mad!! Who thinks that's working?!

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    1. The issue with Emmy makes me mad too. I will just have to flat out tell at the begining of the year next year I WILL NOT just let you make stupid mistakes with her. Its not hard to google dyslexia. Heck I will even make a tip sheet for her. I'm done playing the nice parent.

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  2. wow, is that how they deal with dyslexic???

    The best friend of my mum had to push the school a lot, so he could take oral exams instead of writing.

    I am sorry but the pants one made me laugh

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    1. The pants one makes me laugh too.....until I try to button them :)

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    2. If they would give her oral exams I'd be the happiest mom EVER!! As it is I just say baby do the best you can, but we aren't even looking at your grades. They aren't an accurate example of what she knows.

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  3. I love this, it's given me inspiration to write mine finally, well in a few minutes.

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  4. a teacher actually wrote that?? that's awful :(

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    1. I have been round and round with the school and her dyslexia. One of these days I will write it all out instead of just having it scattered around my blog. When I first mentioned it they said they had never heard of dyslexia and knew nothing about it.

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