I was at the school today, discussing various things, nothing medical for a change. Our baby goat, Butterscotch, who's parents are named Rocky Road and Carmel by the way lol, has been invited to the school tomorrow at the end of the day for show and tell.
I was talking to Laura's teacher about what time to bring Butterscotch in when she suddenly changed the subject and she says to me, "Oh, by the way, tomorrow since we are getting out early for Easter Break I figured I'd just have the kids play bingo since they go home an hour after lunch." …okay, where is this going I'm thinking…she continues " Yea, I bought Jellybeans for them to use as bingo markers, I figured those would be better than other candy for Laura's sake."
The ticked off mom in me wanted to say "Jellybeans…do you, a teacher NOT realize a jellybean is pure sugar, why don't you just hand her a bag of sugar and a spoon?"
But…I refrained and instead I told her that it was a good thing Laura has never liked Jellybeans in her life, at least she won't be tempted to eat more than she uses on her bingo cards.
Sometimes even the educators who are educated need education lol
I was telling my husband this story when Laura walks in the room as I'm explaining the game plan and says. "Good thing I don't like Jellybeans then huh mom, well, except for the one outside" and she giggles…one of our female rabbits is named Jellybean lol
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