Friday, September 22, 2006

Game Night

Today I got to come home early because we had an early out at school followed by a brief meeting at the administration building. I took a very brief nap until Josh called. He didn't have time to come home for supper so I took him something to eat. Then I ate something myself, did laundry, watched t.v. and did my daily web surfing.

I will be heading out to the football game soon in order to watch the band. No, I really don't watch the game itself. I will probably take a book or something to read until half time. I'm just not a big sports fan. I know that may hurt me in the dating game, but I'm not going to pretend to like sports when I don't. But I'd prefer more of a Renaissance man anyways. I don't know why men tend to look for women that are also into sports, fishing, camping etc. Isn't that what guy friends are for? I guess I'm just too much of a girly girl.

This will be the last post until Sunday. When I get home, I will go straight to bed since I have to get up by 5:00 a.m. I won't get home until after 11:00 on Saturday.

I had a thought today about how schools are really different since I was a student. I saw two students today that I wasn't sure what sex they were. I'm not sure why the androgenous thing is a fashion trend, but it's kind of disturbing. If I had to guess, I'd say female, but I really wasn't sure. The thing about schools today is that there are far more same sex couples in them as well as many girls that are pregnant. The language is also simply amazing. Foul words just roll off the tongue of students as they walk down the hall or hang outside with their friends. Sometimes I think that there's no hope for the future with the kind of kids that I hear and see these days. I just hope that the majority of them grow out of their selfish, cussing ways. Don't get me wrong... most of the students I have are great kids and they're more the exception than what seems to be the rule these days. And when I deal with them, I see that there is at least a glimmer of hope. I am anxious to see how they do at the tournament tomorrow.


AnnaC said...

I was wandering through blogs and came upon yours. I noticed you like Janet Evanovich... I do too! My friend is writing mysteries now, too, and her new book is coming out in the next two weeks. Here is a link to her web page, so you can find out about her books. I think you will really like them!
Feel free to wander around my blog as well!

AnnaC said...

forgot the link, sorry...