He continues to wow us all by writing letters to his friends.
This past Monday, he passed out a little ditty to a few of his friends about a bike show being held here at our house on Saturday (TOMORROW) at 1:00.
He explained there would be snacks and games as well.
Sounds like fun, yes?
Fast forward to this morning.
As I was greeting my students this morning, a parent walked into my classroom asking if I was ready for tomorrow.
“Ready for what?” I replied.
“The bike show at your house.”
“What bike show?”
“The one Frick sent a note home inviting us to.”
My little event coordinator forgot to notify the one person who needed to know.
And that person would be
I pulled him out of his classroom and explained that the idea of a bike show was a fabulous one. But permission must be obtained from the parental units BEFORE invitations are sent out.
“But I did ask,” said Frick.
“What was my response?”
“You said ‘Not now.’”
I further explained that “not now” means just that–not now–and he was to write a letter explaining to his friends that we would have to do this bike show another time.
So funny. So sweet and innocent. So exasperating!
A little foreshadowing, thanks to a colleague listening to the story at recess:
He will be the one to throw a party when BP and I are out of town.
Note to self:
Don’t leave the boys home alone.