Wednesday, September 3, 2008

A perfectly undescriptive day

Good morning! I am exceedingly happy to report that Sydney's first day of school went smashingly. I wish I had some details to report but little A has not been too forthcoming. I can tell you that we dropped her off with a smile on her face and we picked her up with one as well. It is in between the two smiles that I really don't know anything about. By the time I picked her up all of the kids were gathered together for story time. This was not an opportune time for 20 questions so I elected to take my enthusiastic hug and make my way to the door.

Ainsley was pretty straight forward. "Did you have fun?" - Yes. "Did you make some new friends?" - Yes. "Did you color?" - Yes. "Did you miss Daddy?" - Yes. "What are your new friends names?" - I don't know.

That was it. I don't want to leave you with the impression that she was anything less than happy. She seemed completely contented and quite pleased with her day. She just left me no details. Typical, everyone tries to keep Dads out of the loop.

Well, I had best be off. There is plenty on my plate this morning. I am in the midst of writing a neuroblastoma research proposal. Yes, me! Isn't that cool?

Today purpose will be behind pen and paper.

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