funny and cool,a sad story with beautiful emotions in it.
I hope she wasn't to sharp with him. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary
Those darn chores.
Hysterical.Also giving me flashbacks to Music Theory classes. I totally sucked at that.
That is deserving of applause for creative thinking.
Haha! Poor thing! I get stories like this from my first graders often. I'm like a broken record with the, "Whose responsibility is it to do your homework and remember to bring it to school? Yours or your parents'?.." I hated piano because of all the practicing. Wish I had stuck with it and been more dedicated. It certainly wasn't for a lack of my parents' efforts!
So, you're one of those parents who torture their children with *gasp* chores. Me, too. It's amazing my kids are able to have a life with all the toiling they seem to do. Funny, how the rooms never seem clean. Even though, they're up there supposedly working themselves to the bone. I can never figure that one out.
Sheer awesomeness. Reminds me of the time my mom got called in to a conference because my little sister hadn't done something like 6 weeks of spelling homework. When asked why she hadn't done it, she said sometimes she had questions and there was no one home to ask because mom was always playing tennis. My mom nearly died, especially since she was ALWAYS home with us after school.
Don't you love how that throw it in our faces! But oh, Mom I could have practiced if I hadn't had to clean my room, take out the grabage, do homework, walk the dog...........
::snort::Well I'm cracking up here...I have a couple kids in my program who always say to their parents, all wide-eyed and innocent, 'We didn't GET homework time.'As if the whole afternoon (except for our 20 minute reading period) isn't totally and completely free.
oh! That sounds exactly like something my dramatic daughter would say!
That music teacher needs to work on penmanship!
Oh, the children are always suffering at our hands, aren't they?!
HA! This was funny. Good job!:)
And what does he say for an encore??!!What a hoot!
Oh my! Well if that's what he thinks then perhaps you should expose him to a few days of real hard chores, then he might change his mind about how hard his life is :-) But yes, he is also funny!
Now that is funny. They are so creative and smart!
Ah, the things kids say - too funny! They do love telling stories, don't they? My little guy's starting to spin exaggerated tales too:)
how dare you? I'm sure Mozart didn't clean bathrooms.I took piano for 6 years and I still have to say All Cows Eat Grace to find the notes.Just cheering you on :)
See, I used piano "practice" to get out of doing the chores - can't have the piano teacher mad at me! 10 years later? I play an excellent rendition of Chopsticks
we gave my kid piano lessons for a bit. she wouldn't shut the hell up the whole time and eventually we bagged it.
Ha! Bet he thought she'd never mention it! My youngests throws me under the bus like that all the time.
Piano teachers are meanies! Mine jumped all over me when I was 7 because I went home and taught myself to chord "Go Tell Aunt Rhodie"! You'd think the world was ending! My mom rescued me and I never went back. But I still play :) I thank God everyday for my piano talent because it's all from Him. :) Lol, can't read a lick of music though. Oh well. I feel your pain, Cinderfella!
Oh, yeah, I've also awarded you with 2 awards here: http://mylifeasalibra.blogspot.com/2010/05/yeah-thats-right-im-triple-threat-baby.html Come on by & pick em up (if you want to):)
ha ha, that's awesome! Equally awesome would have been "rescuing kittens", "working at the soup kitchen" and "teaching puppies how to read". A kid after my own heart :)
Creative is creative. (Especially if served with a big helping of not-my-fault.)
That is hysterical!Thanks for the follow over at my place. Btw, did I see you have a peanut allergic child? Me too! Not a fun club to belong to, that's for sure!
Haha, he's too funny! Well, the smiley face says that his teacher took it all in stride :-)So...is the palace sparkling clean?Hope you had a good weekend!
i'm up for funny! thanks for the links!
If my son told that to his music teacher, he would be all kinds of Disney - Cinderfella with a nose like Pinnochio.
lol! That's super cute. The piano teacher clearly bought his tale of woe, too ;)
That is hilarious! Especially because I teach piano and voice and love the excuses.
Brilliant, Empress. You are so hilarious. And btw, I'm too busy blogging to clean my house. But whose counting right?
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