My sister is a second-grade teacher at a Catholic school. It may or may not be part of the church where I sought sanctuary. Anyway, I love Amanda’s stories about her kids. Here are some of the little gems she’s sent me over the course of this academic year.
Apparently, Catholic guilt is not plaguing the student who doesn’t know what Karen should do to solve her problem.
This is a depiction of the story of Elizabeth and Zecharia. I feel like these are pretty realistic reactions. I mean, they didn’t even get to choose the baby’s name! Oh yeah, and Elizabeth was too old to conceive.
The directions say to write what you CAN do after receiving Holy Communion. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say kneel and pray. However, this kid is covering all his/her bases with regard to transubstantiation.
Another student told my sister that he learned how to Void a Check.
Step 1: Have your check.
Step 2: Write “VOID” in big letters.
Step 3: Tear it up.
Step 4: Put it in different trash cans scattered around.
Step 5: Walk away.
I think my mom would appreciate this. Her favorite house hold tool is definitely her paper shredder.
This one is my personal favorite. I’d like to point out that Amanda’s hair is not that long. Neither are her boobs.