Skip to main content

Silly me!

Thursday is take you child to work day.

All this time I thought it was...put your child to work day....silly me!


You should have seen the look on the tween's faces when I told them...SO, you still have to do the chores.

Comments

Domestic Zen said…
I think we should lobby the change the name officially -
Travel said…
Take to work, put to work, my father would not have seen the diference. Work builds character and character education is important.

DG
Me said…
I like the 'put your child to work day' better myself.

However; I had no idea today was that day. I think my husbands eyes would pop out if I sent any of the children with him to work.
WickedHamster said…
These darned child labor laws prevent people from learning useful and salable skills! No wonder we have so much unemployment! Misguided social policy, that's what it is!
Kelsgarden said…
apparently the govenor has changed the day to May 22nd next year - the date currently wrecks havoc on the state testing window

Popular posts from this blog

1st car?

So, what did you drive to High School, what was your first car? Did you have a 'love of you life" car? First Car: 1953 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Cars I drove to High School: 1953 Caddillac Coupe DeVille 1962 Impala SS Convertable 1971 Corvette Convertable 1960 Austin Healy Convertable 1964 Cadillac Eldorado convertable "Love of my life" car: 1962 Impala SS Convertable 1960 Austin Healy convertable

Wild cow and Druish Deities

I have been blessed with being able to drive some of the most unbelievable roads ever paved. Last week I found myself on HWY 108 in Central California. 130 Miles 26% grade 9624 at the summit 4 hours to drive this route This photo is looking west just down from the summit. I could live here with the wild cows. A lone wild cow at the 9000 foot level just making sure that nobody is speeding along.

Work, Work, Work....

So, here I am working in the big city of Milton just out side of Toronto, ON. I'm giving a rousing little 7 hour training session on stuff. Next stop, Starbucks via southern California.