Monday, February 8, 2010

Love letters to Mr. Mac

So, many of you may know that my husband is an Elementary School Principal. He loves his job, and just like any job, it has its ups and it has its downs. But for the most part, it's in the ups category. Aaron LOVES his job. And he is very good at what he does. I'm partial, but I know this to be true as well!
This past week he got some letters from the first grade students. They were showing off their great writing skills. He brought them home and boy did I get a kick out of reading them! You see, back when I taught I would say that one of the top ten faves of my job was deciphering little ones' spelling/writing. It is a hoot!! Check it out for yourself.

I love how this little one says that he is handsome not just some days, but EVERY day. And her asking what he does in his office is just greatness! I remember thinking the same thing as a kid. I thought the Principal probably just had a revolving door of kids bootay's to be spanked and parents to talk to. I was just glad I was never in there!!
Oh! And then I love how she asks if he has a wife. Nice to know he talks about me often, huh?!?! What's up with that?

This one cracks me up because of the last sentence. And for those of you that know Aaron, it should crack you up as well! You see, this sweet fellow likes his Principal's hairdo. That is so kind. The only thing is...his Principal hardly has any hair at all. In fact, Aaron's famous quote is that he combs his hair with a wet sucker every day...because that would be all it would take to fix the three strands he has! HA!!
And last is this cute one with lots of questions...

I will translate...
"Dear Mr. Mac,
You are a nice principal. You are kind. You are special. {although I like smeshal better!!}
How old are you? When is your birthday? Are you married? Do you have a baby? You are awesome. What is your last name?"
Is that not the cutest letter? I love the spelling of awesome for sure!! Once again, this kid has no idea about his wife and kid. I think we need to have a talk, Mr. Mac!!

Ok, I am going to post some pics of new stuff THIS WEEK, even if it is bad pics. This nasty rain has really delayed it in a bad bad way. So, I will just play dressup with Ava in the house cuz I am DYING to show you guys the latest!! Hope she cooperates.

7 comments:

  1. I can't wait to see your new stuff. I'm looking for a birthday outfit. I'm hoping for some stuff with polka dots!

    Cute letters. I'm a teacher, too, so I can totally appreciate their writing ability. I have to say I'm pretty impressed. They must have smeshal teachers who have taught them well.

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  2. That totally cracked me up. I have a first grader, so it all hit home. My dad & sister are both teachers, and it always made me chuckle to see things when I helped them grade papers. Cute!

    I am waiting to see your new boys stuff. I feel bad that my boys don't get as much lovin' when it comes to their outfits, and I LOVE boys stuff so I can't wait to see it!

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  3. How funny, and I love their drawings too! They write better than some of my seventh graders....it just is not as cute deciphering!ha!

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  4. I love me some first grade papers! I so miss teaching!!

    Found you through Melissa Staffords blog - your bows & accesories are just adorable!! I will definitely have to search some more and buy something! Have a great rest of your week!

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  5. I just found your blog and I love it!! Oh how I wish I had a little girl to turn into a bowhead!! You live close to me too!! I'm in Mansfield :)

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  6. I want more, they were so sweet! I have a book from years ago, letters to God from Children now I want to get it out and read it! So sweet.

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