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Friday, December 09, 2005

Dear Snow God or Gods,

Do you see how dumping snow & ice which results in the kids' school and daycare being closed does not help me cram refine the finer points of the Exclusionary Doctrine?

You Bastard(s).

Love,

LQ

Update:


In other news, the school decision makers here are a bunch of wimps. Or maybe they just really wanted a day off.

Instead of "snow accompanied by sleet," we have maybe two inches of wet, sloppy snow on the ground. I woke up a couple of times during the night, and at no point did it seem like we had ice problems. And now the sun is shining, so even the snow probably won't last much beyond noon.

Oh well. Back to studying - my final starts at 2 PM.

Comments:
I'm in Chicago, and we actually did have a lot of snow last night. I was really, really hoping that our new superintendent was not a wimp, because there is NO WAY I wanted my kids home today. I have much too much Torts studying to do for them to be here. Luckily, school remained open. The kids were bummed, but I was totally happy as I sent them out the door today. Sorry you have to deal with yours and the Exclusionary Doctrine. You could always ask them to quiz you. I did that the other night and my 7 year old said, "Okay Mom, so what's 5,943 x 852." I told him that if I had to know that for Civil Procedure I was in big trouble.
 
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