First Lunch A+
Phys Ed A
Second Lunch A+
Public Speaking A –
Beautician C (Can pull off a B when she crams)
Dr. Mom A-
Tired, crazy woman A+
77 thoughts on “Report Card”
Hey, look at that grade for tired, crazy woman! Way to go! lol
Absolutely wonderful and worthy of hanging on the fridge!
HA. I’m glad the tired, crazy woman achieved sOmething worthwhile lol. Thanks for the faithful read, AnnMarie.
This is so true and always the second part is not seen by any…
The second part(Teacher) could be expanded to many a sub categories too, right?
Indeed, SN. I suppose I’m not a complete failure as a wife. =)
That’s funny 🙂
I think it deserves a place of promise on the fridge also. Way it go especially Dr Mom and homeschooler hard subjects to pass but you did with flying colors…Good JOB!!!!!! You deserve to brag a little MOM you did good.
Actually, I gave myself A- in those subjects because I can always do better. You’d be amazed at what some homeschoolers do. The work is endless. You have to cry, “ENough!” at some point. “He’ll be all right!” Thanks for staying with me.
Total average=A. Way to go, Teach!
LOL I think you mean that’s what HIS average comes to. I’m not keen on those Bs. Gotta get ’em up. Thanks.
Wow well done 😀 ❤
You guys are funny. To me, this is nothing to brag about – his or my results.
So sweet. You guys are too much. But that’s because I have an A+ readership. *wink*
Yeah I agree.
What do I say to that – but that it’s the grade my readers deserve? =)
I prefer the grading system of Pass, Fail or Needs Improvement! 🙂 You are far more honest with yourself than I am!
LOL In elementary school, it was
N (Needs improvement)
My hands would clam up, my heart pound away, as I stood behind my desk at the end of the big day waiting to receive my envelope with the report card in it. I had to get all Es. Now, bleh..I’ll be happy to get WIFE up to a C+.
I excel at tired, crazy woman too. Sisters!
Well D, you’re gonna have to do better in Wife. Although, a C ain’t bad. But I’m excited to see what kind of wonderful person your son turns out to be!!!!!???
*Hang head* Yes, I’ll have to pull up that C. And whaddaya mean a C ain’t bad? It’s terrible. Might as well be an F to a Korean. Ha ha ha yeah, I hope I don’t screw up the little man too much. And he declared last wk that he decided he’ll be an author one day like CS Lewis. He then got cracking on his next book, this one on Star Wars. I was tempted to give him an A- in the writing.
And you are right a C, doesn’t translate well in Asian culture lol.
He said I get an A as Wife for the month!!!!
Update 5 min later: Never mind. He said it’s more like A- or B+, he was being generous.
LOL, that’s too funny well, in college, an English teacher gave a whole lecture on why a C, isn’t a bad grade. It was a night course and most everyone in the class worked full time. So that could be why she said that. I really liked that teacher because at the end of the semester I got a B, because I felt motivated to try a little harder because of the C lecture. Which was probably the point of the lecture.
What in the world….? She shoulda been busy teAChing in the time she was justifying some poor grade. In grad school, I wanted the instructor to get to the point. I was there after a full day’s work, having gotten up with the sun, and was paying for my Master’s out of pocket. I didn’t have time for dilly dallying.
Yeah I see your point. But it worked for me somewhat. You’re a tough cookie I get the feeling you would make me tired if we were running buddies, SHEESH!!!!
LOL I probably would.
Tennyson’s mad about the public speaking. He thinks his weekly presentations in our homeschool group deserve an A. *Mom snorts*
I agree with him, and he’s adorable D. I love his pic. 🙂
Thanks. He picked out the gingham pattern himself and went bazooka when we picked it up as his own apron from the streamstress’.
Funny, it’s the hat that makes the pic for me, oh wow you had the apron made??? Impressive!!!
HA ha, the hat was a bday gift – from friends who knew him well. He loves to help us in the kitchen and just hang around food. He needed an apron. lol
A-, left off important role of blogger. 🙂
Do you mean you give me A- as a blogger? *grin*
OK A- for the post and blogger,
but D for humility! XD
Ha ha ha actually, we may have had some kind of twisted projection going on there, LOL. I was going to say my grade as a blogger can’t be waaay up there, with bloggers out here whose followings run in the tens of thousands. ^^
*Sniff sniff at Brad’s first jab at me*
I retract my comments and grades. Give yourself whatever grade you want. I like you and your blogging. 🙂
Laughing at Brad who refuses to keep jabbing and just wants PEACE.
No, I’m just afraid of getting out of control. 🙂
*And BRAAAd makes a come-back. Score!*
Great work, you know for us English people it’s all about doing your best 🙂
Ha ha ha. A gracious thought, Andrea, but I think my report card is a bit stinky. It’s all about the A for Koreans. lol
Great going here. You’re four woman rolled into one. Not sure how you keep on roiling. By sheer grit is how I visualize what you accomplish.
Actually, you hit bulls-eye, Yvonne. Grit.
And grace, always heaven’s grace.
Well he’s just adorable!
My first thought was… proud mom a+ 🙂 –Curt
Nah. I told someone here I don’t consider his grades this term something to be that proud of. =) Remember, I’m Korean.
Always pushing the envelope… there are reasons why Asians may rule the word. (grin)
I remember my first grade year. I had straight Cs all across the card. And all of those little checks where the teacher notes your behavior— they were below the line. 🙂 In fact I may be the only kid in the world who was kicked out of the first grade for a year. LOL
Very impressive student! Mom not too bad, either. A in Nutrition is good. (I would have to give myself a C- in grocery shopping, the ever-present moneky on my back.)
=) You mean you have start with the right choices at the market?
Yes. I don’t make bad choices; I just hate shopping! : )
Haha, I liked the Teacher section! You have a very smart boy there.
HA. Called it as I saw it. I wouldn’t ask you guys to ‘fess up without coming clean myself.
Oh how kind of you to give us tired, crazy women an A+ 😀
Ha, ha…extremely clever Mother, A++ 🙂
LOL Again, I disagree, as it wasn’t a matter of cleverness. Was simply honesty. Although Husband did report I earned at least a B+ as Wife this month woo hoo!
Way to go! 🙂
Mom needs work, well the wife, at least. Ha ha ha. Boy’s coming along.
A great report card! Congrats!
*Shaking head* I told some of you here that apart from the Wife’s report that I know is not good, I didn’t put this up thinking the BOY’s was so great. I just put it up being real. We’ve gotta pull his reading and writing up. Teacher’s fault. Means I’ve let the other subjects eclipse those.
In my career as a teacher I’ve come to understand that no one is perfect; neither student nor teacher.
Yet, I agree with you that one should strive to be so.
I think the teacher is much too hard on herself 🙂 … or maybe her version of a C is what most people would look at and see A. xo
Ha ha ha
“her version of a C is what most people would look at and see A”
I wish. Ha ha ha
I was talking about you, Diana. I’m pretty sure I’m right about that one.
I love your report card for yourself. It’s a good idea to take inventory every once in a while to see how you’re doing. Great blog.
=) Glad you enjoyed. I really to pull up that C. Thanks for the good word, Patty. Diana