drawing the line
our world's leaders
need some direction
and our calendar makers need to catch some more sleep.
"okay, class, now
take a wild guess:
what are we going to do today?"
(third graders, of course, are very enthusiastic)
blah! blah! blah!
day probably makes a lot more sense
to them then take a wild guess day.
(shocking, huh? that's a real holiday, too.)
awareness months" awareness month, though
is probably more effective than either of those days.
it'll show to our
students how very stupid the things we celebrate
(and my english teacher thought that making a big
over potty training was bad…)
she mustn't have
been in elementary school during
national hairball awareness month.
that's where i draw the line…
maybe when the third graders are finished learning
about hairballs, they will miraculously understand how to
create world peace…
oh, yeah, that's right;
peace doesn't have a month.