Posts Tagged ‘cancer’

The Lesson In The Juice

Saturday, March 17th, 2012

In our house, Friday nights are Burrito night.  My oldest son has his dance class and, afterward, he and I go pick up burritos in the mission.  Naturally, after dancing enthusiastically for an hour, he’s worked up a powerful thirst.  Sometimes, therefore, I’ll get an agua fresca — a Mexican fruit drink — for him while our food is being made.  Last night, however, he got a lesson instead.


Long Hair and Pre-School

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

It’s clear that a child cannot possibly learn, let alone be a good catholic, if their hair is too long.  I wouldn’t know, actually, being neither a good student nor a good catholic and, currently, having pretty long hair.  But it seems that the lesson St. Dominic’s Pre-School wants to teach 4-year-old Jack Szablewski is that proper grooming, according to their standards, is more important than, say, helping the sick.