Monday, March 16, 2009

smooth sailing


So today was a fresh new start for me.  I wrote the letter, sent it to the headmaster and any future parents of field trip aged children (that are my friends of course) and feel much calmer.
Of course my lawyer helped me rewrite it to perfection ;)

I hope that you all had a great weekend.  and for those of you that do not already know, check out Nicole's blog from my list to the right.  She had a foto scavenger hunt.  I didn't know in time to participate, but it is really cool to see everyone's version.  

Lash took a rest today...thanks for calming me down Lash...I needed it!

8 comments:

mythopolis said...

Good for you, BG...I am glad you asserted yourself in this situation!!! And all the while, Lash was sawing logs...poor baby! I hope you will be in the next hunt...be there...or be square! : )

BLOGitse said...

aaaah, now you can relax...you're done your best!

NicoleB said...

I'm glad you wrote that letter!
And glad you feel better now.

Scriber's Web said...

Good for you! And having a lawyer look at it certainly helps:) You need to participate in the next hunt. I bet you'll have amazing photos. And vote for Dan. He did an amazing job!

mythopolis said...

Nah...don't vote for me, vote for Scriber! : ) And, yes, I will be looking for you or Lash or both of you at the next hunt!

FancyHorse said...

I'm glad you wrote the letter. You know you did the best you could to make sure it never happens again, and to warn other parents.

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word verification game
sessive: just enough, too much is excessive

Beverlydru said...

The mama bear in each one of us is fierce and so she should be. "Don't mess with my peeps" is my motto.

Betty said...

Hello! I was away, due to internet problems, but just read about your sons bus adventure. Nothing get´s a mom more protective, than when we are not in control to what happens to our little ones! I´m glad you wrote that letter and hope it makes an impact!