Rain- you really shouldn't be crying. Yes it is scary when you first get out there. But you need to have confidence in yourself. You wouldn't have passed boards if you didn't know a little something. Right?
Roy- My hubby is the same way. He can think of a song and boom, it'sin his head.
I'm up at 4am. I can't stop worrying about my little girl starting kindergarten. Yes she has been in preschool and this shouldn't be that big of a deal. But here is the conversation I had with my husband before I went to bed last night, and the reason I now can't sleep.
Hubby: I'm worried about Tes going to school tomorrow.
Me: Why? I'm excited for her.
Hubby: I just remember when I was 5. We made fun of the kids like Tesla, so much so they were in tears by the end of the day. Five year olds have no empathy.
And it is not like she is going to the unknown. The school nurse asked that I come in for lunch, so that the para knows how to get Tesla to eat. They will be feeding her in the classroom d/t her 4% BMI, the fact that the lunchroom is noisy, distracting and they only have 20 minutes to eat and no a/c. Tesla doesn't sweat. The kindergarten teacher she will have is great. She just had my son. I met her para and she seems nice. She went to the 2 weeks at the end of school year last year, and the 1 week about 2 weeks ago to help kids get ready for school. I am worried about her now. And I guess she is too. I didn't say anything to her. But she asked me today "My teacher laugh at me because I have poison ivy all over my face?" I assured her her teacher wouldn't laugh at her. Ugh! I hope I am doing the right thing by keeping her in regular school. She is not considered MR anymore. Her IQ tested at 86 which isn't great, but....it's not MR.
Anyway, I'm up for the duration. Boy my behind will be draggin by about 8pm tonight.