Be brave enough to use your name and I'll gladly add your flaming comment. It's so nice to put a name to an insult.
Ok, change of heart here - I will post the comment here, in its entirety. It's obviously someone who knows my daughter and knows, or thinks they know, what happened the other day.
Thank you for comments, Anonymous. Have a great day. Consider investing in a dictionary, or at least run your comments through a spell checker...just a tip.
Thank you for indulging me that bit of nastiness. Here's my intended post:
The Boy, being who he is, was very upset at school Monday. He could not get it together. When the teacher asked him how the wedding went, he said he didn't want to talk about it. (To my mind, that tells me that he hadn't fully dealt with the feelings that overwhelmed him).
His teacher tried valiantly to get him back in focus, but it was hopeless - he was too far gone.
made stabbing motions toward the teacher with his pencil;
spit on her;
swung his backpack and hit another teacher on the back.
The result of these actions? Assault in the 3rd degree. He is now detained in a local juvenile facility.
I got to see him for twenty minutes and gave the nurse his medication.
When I see him again on Wednesday, he will be clad in a jumpsuit, and be cuffed and shackled - just like all the other criminals.
The judge will then decide if he can come home, or if he needs to be placed back in the juvenile center, or in another facility.
If bad things happen in threes, we've had our share.