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Preschool Circle Time Guilt

standard April 23, 2009 1 response

Three days a week, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, just around 12:10, when I’m finally good and lost in my work, I spot the clock in the corner of my laptop screen and I jump. I have five minutes to get to the preschool that’s ten minutes away.

I slam the laptop shut, shove it into my laptop bag, throw my notebooks into my bag, and grab all of it as I make a mad dash for the car. Even as I look at the dashboard clock I know I’m not going to make it in time, but I can’t stop hoping that maybe I’ll hit every green light and sneak in under the wire.

I never do.

Instead I always arrive a good five or ten minutes late. I sneak into the classroom and try hard not to disrupt the group. I sit quietly behind C and gather her into my arms. My hug doesn’t make up for being late again. And her smile and kisses do nothing to dispel my guilt.

On those days I have no one to blame but myself, but at times I’m not solely responsible. For instance, this morning I got trapped on an endless conference call that I thought I couldn’t leave. At 12:10 I was unable to pack up and dash despite the fact that the call was already running ten minutes over. At 12:15, imagining the children and parents settling themselves on the blue circle-time rug, I squirmed, but I kept listening even as I started packing up quietly. And at 12:20 I quietly hung up on the call and hoped that no one would notice I was missing the end.

You see, I might well be at fault for sometimes (OK often) missing all or part of circle time, but I don’t ever want to have to explain to C why her mommy arrived after all her friends have gone home. No call, article, or meeting is ever going to be worth letting her down like that.

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  • Hm, I teach fifth, and my son didn’t go to preschool. So, is circle time and end of session meeting for parents and kids?

    Intriguing.

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