Monday, June 15, 2015

Bubbles

 As teachers we see our little ones doing crazy things all the time and sometimes it makes it so we don't look at things the same way as others. You've probably mistaken mud for poop or water for pee. You're nodding your head and thinking about that time in the assembly when you went to clean up the mud on the floor without a paper towel. Yeah right mud doesn't smell like that! Have you ever been in the middle of a very important teaching moment only to look down at a child making bubbles with their saliva? Yeah, you've seen it, bubbles all over their lips like a dog foaming at the mouth.
 
Well keep that picture in your mind and then picture this-

My sweet hubby took me out for a 'fancy' dinner on Saturday night. I ordered the halibut and this is what they brought me. It was a unique masterpiece but all I could see was the bubbles and a kid's mouth. I started laughing and laughing and had to plug my nose so I wouldn't snort. People in the restaurant started to stare. They just don't understand teachers!
Needless to say, they were made of grapefruit foam and not saliva.

Hope you're having a wonderful summer!


2 comments:

Teacher and Life Long Learner said...

I would have made the same connection! How was the meal? Bubblicious?

Barbara said...

Oh man I would have been laughing too. That foam is NOT a good choice! :)

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