Whenever I get headaches as a result of stress/anxiety/excitement, I always describe the pain as what it would feel like if I had a big fat man sitting on my face. Picture it? Would you want to feel that uncomfortable pain? I think not.
All of those emotions have banded together to form this big fat man who has so kindly planted his wide heavy butt right between my eyes. He only begins to stir and move when I take lots of different medicines – which I don’t like to do – so therefore he stays. And snores away. Couple him with a sleepless night and you have one bag-eyed groggy sloth-like bear.
Picture my face in the place of that chair. Stupid mean fat man.
Today I cannot be groggy and slothlike. Today is my first day in my classroom organizing and decorating!! Sadly I am NOT teaching yet (that can wait until Aug 30th). I am super excited, but a bit nervous that I am not going to have the resources and materials I need!
Which is obviously one of the reasons I’ve had a headache for three days now…
I spent my gray, rainy Sunday, eating Eggos in bed and watching the new season of Teen Mom.
Do you watch Teen Mom?
All the girls are a crazy mess (if they weren’t they wouldn’t be on this tv show), but I do feel bad for them. It is so sad to see these young chickies struggling to buy diapers and go back to school, especially when I know that I have a choice as to when I want a baby and they didn’t.
Mr. Bear and I had quite the convo about teen pregnancy. I was taking the stance that girls need to be more careful and just NOT have sex, while he said that you have to take into consideration that a lot of girls can’t afford birth control, or are those few that are very fertile and get pregnant regardless of b.c. I agree with him, that birth control isn’t something that anyone can get, but girls AND guys need to be careful. Sex is a big deal- not something you can just do without thinking of the consequences. Our kiddies are going to wear electric chastity belts that go off when anyone goes below the belt line. =0)
What are your thoughts on teen pregnancy?