Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Crack of Dawn

On Friday, I treated the kids to a little ice cream party while we watched the recording of our annual Christmas musical.

I had dropped something underneath a table and had climbed underneath it to pick it up. I was wearing a clingy shirt that day, and thanks to the lower and lower rise of pants these days, I felt slightly drafty back there. I figured nobody was paying attention - they were all laughing at the video.

All of a sudden a loud voice booms across the room:

"Mrs. Green, I can see your butt!!"

Oh my goodness. Shock. Utter embarrassment.

My cute little autistic student comes closer to me and says in the same loud voice:

"Is it okay that I said I can see your butt?"

I said to her more quietly:

"That's fine, but next time maybe come over to me and whisper it."

One of my boys hears the conversation and says with a huge grin,

"We're all family!!!"

Yikes. Kami will make sure there are no wardrobe malfunctions ever again. :)


Blogger Shan said...

You "crack" me up Kami!! haha - I'm so funny. But I've had that happen before - but usually around teenagers who aren't so nice about it! Oh well - crack happens :)

9:26 AM  
Blogger Amy W. said...

Haha! I worry about that sometimes in the classroom. I love that your kids think your classroom is family - that's so sweet! All the funny stories I have are inappropriate... such is life at a public high school. :)

6:25 PM  
Blogger Arnette said...

Too adorable -- love your musings of your kids. They make for best laughs, the best stories, the best love and the best pictures. Fun blog -- I shall return.
xxxooo Arnette

8:10 PM  

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