December 16, 2004

Consider this today's moment of Zen

Today is my last day off before the kids get out of school and two weeks of hell at work begins. Even if you don't hear a lot of whining from me about irresponsible parents who think movie theaters are a day care center and drop their kids off without any thought to the pick-pockets, pedophiles and perverts who are just as entitled to buy tickets as they are, the whines and rants are still there--it's just that I've said it so many times already that I'm getting tired of it myself.

I wish I could figure out if these so-called parents are irresponsible, stupid, or just don't care what happens to their children. I do know that very few of the abandoned children have been taught basic manners or respect for other people's property. I'd like to think that if I had been fortunate enough to have children of my own that they would be at least courteous, if not actually polite.

Ok, now I need to cheer myself up. Here is a picture of my youngest niece, Megan.

That's some smile, isn't it? I feel better now.

Posted by Susie at December 16, 2004 08:23 AM

That is a truly wonderful smile and a most fetchin' Christmas outfit, as well.

Posted by: Tig at December 16, 2004 04:14 PM

She is adorable!

Posted by: yayaempress at December 16, 2004 04:19 PM

You stole Waldo's shirt & made jammies out of it? :-)

Posted by: Harvey at December 17, 2004 08:19 AM