To: pandoraou812; Hi Heels
That’s great advice, pandy. Watch her closely the first week or two of school and see if there are changes in her health and what they are. Don’t say anything to her so you don’t influence her thinking about it. But if problems crop up ask her some questions like “when did this start?” “Where were you?” Just a straigtforward “what started this?” can get you an insightful answer that she doesn’t even understand that she has. The biggest clue though will be if there’s an immediate change.
posted on 08/30/2007 12:58:27 AM PDT
(This is the age of the death of reason.)
posted on 08/30/2007 12:59:35 AM PDT
by Hi Heels
(Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult)
Good idea I won’t mention it to her. Its good there was this topic tonight as I have to call the dr & get her a new note & a inhaler for school. I still am fuming she isn’t allowed to carry hers on the bus. I worry like crazy about an attack on the bus. If she hadn’t begged to go back to school I would have been much happier. First sign of any of the gay bs or sickness she is being homeschooled.
posted on 08/30/2007 1:03:30 AM PDT
( zero tolerance to the will of Allah ...... dilligaf? with an efg.....)
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