A slight hiccup to the start of our day

A slight hiccup to the start of our day

First of all, I love waking up in the morning with my balcony door wide open. The morning sun shines right in and it’s just a good start to the day.

I’ve not been sleeping well lately and getting up in time to get the kids to school isn’t easy.

On this particular morning, Mr. Emmett is under the weather. He’s dealing with nausea and I think it’s due in part to post nasal drip, with a heaping helping of stress on the side. Anyway, he’s struggling a bit and I called him off from his first class this morning. I’m hoping that a slower start will help him work through this and get back to school in time for his second class.

I got him setup on my bed so he can relax and hopefully feel better enough to get to class.

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You are everything that is wrong with distance learning. People like you are why school districts are making getting dressed and having a set work space that is not a bed mandatory. If you have any hope at all of your children leaving the nest and having lives of their own you have GOT to stop treating them like delicate flowers who are unable to do anything. If they actually make it to college they will not be able to call out because of post nasal drip tummy aches. No boss is going to have sympathy for the guy who has a sniffle. You are doing far more harm than good.

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