Outfits were laid out, backpacks were packed and alarms were set. The girls were ready for school.
After a restless night for me, I woke up and went upstairs to wake the girls. Sierra was already up…shaving. Well, that’s a new one for me. Sienna popped up out of bed. “I couldn’t sleep. Bzzzzzzz. Annoying.” LOL
They went downstairs to eat breakfast. Sierra quickly ate hers, as usual. Sienna took her time, as usual. She ate all her food, though. That was good.
She quickly went upstairs, put on her clothes, brushed her hair, brushed her teeth and came down for me to help her with her makeup.
Sierra got herself totally ready.
Picture time. 🙂
Then it was off to school…
Several hours later, their first day of school was complete.
We sat down to talk about the day. Sierra felt good about her volleyball tryouts. Sienna said it went pretty well. She’s confident she will love her dance class.
Me: “Did you end up having History together like you thought you might?”
Sierra: “No, I was disappointed. I kept thinking, ‘When’s my sissy coming?'”
“Very cute,” I thought.
Me: “Were the kids nice to you, Sinny.”
Sienna: “Uh huh.”
Sierra: “No. Tell her about the one girl.”
Sienna: “One girl called me a loser and did this [making the L on the forward gesture for Loser].”
Me: (obviously upset) “What did you do.”
She sat silent. She apparently didn’t know what to do.
We all had our different thoughts on how Sienna could have handled it. Dad thought she should tell her to stop “hatin'”. Austin (the 16 year old) said she should tell her to kiss her little butt. (Obviously not the answer I agree with.) Sierra said, “You should have said, ‘Oh, L for love. You love me. Everyone does.” LOL We all liked that answer. 🙂
We’ll see how tomorrow goes. As I type, they’re already ready for tomorrow. Outfits are laid out and backpacks are ready to go. ZZZZZZZZZZZZ 🙂