So, it would seem as if the clouds are clearing and the skies are turning blue. A school in our area is becoming a magnet school for science and math! It’s about a mile further away than Cosmo’s current school. So the Woodsman and I are talking about applying for a slot there.
Cosmo’s not so sure. He has “lots” of friends where he’s at. I think he’s afraid of starting over when he (now) has a couple of kids that are nice to him sometimes. But I’m thinking he’s … he’s a different kid. He talks differently, thinks differently, and of course, the behavior problems that have vastly improved (but still need some work). He talks and thinks differently because he’s exceptionally bright (I say this at risk of sounding like one of THOSE moms… but it’s true). I’m hoping/thinking a school designed to attract kids more “like him.”
We’d be responsible for his transportation, though. The mornings would be no problem. The afternoons are a different story, since my classes all start at 4pm about an hour away. The aftercare program runs until 6pm, so that would be iffy if the Woodsman had a late shift at his store.
At any rate, I was feeling badly about sending him to “that” school again next year. (I love the teachers, loathe the administration). The main questions now are whether or not to push it when Cosmo says “no” and how to handle the evening logistics.
I’ve taken another trip around the sun! I’m 29! *wink*
I took some pictures of my darlings in the morning. Boy, was it windy! In the evening, we went out for dinner. Though we didn’t factor that it was PROM. So our two first choices were out: Olive Garden and the new Texas Roadhouse. Chilis it was. BONUS! No wait! HA! It was an hour (add 20% to that for the prom factor) wait at the Olive Garden. So I had ribs and one of their fantastic margaritas. We took dessert home. Perfect. No cake that I kinda like but feel obligated to have, no cooking, cleaning, and the boys were good. :)
Anyway, I’ll terminate the banter. I know you all just want to look at my handsomes, and I want to hear all about how adorable you think (know) they are!