September 01, 2005

Funny kids

A friend of mine – Rachel Hitchcock– told me a funny thing recently.

She is a teacher of young children and is of course referred to as Mrs Hitchcock by her class. One of her pupils who regularly got confused between her and another teacher – Mrs Kitchen – used to call her Mrs Kitchenclock!
How cute.

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  1. Kids! Who'd be mad enough to have 'em??!!


    01 Sep 2005, 14:24

  2. Not me certainly.
    Not sure what any children of mine would turn out like. I think my parents are still trying to come to terms with me!

    01 Sep 2005, 14:32

  3. Darn it, I was depending on Auntie Vicky to sort mine out when I completely screw up my kid emotionally for life. I'll need the moral support!! You know me! Tog alert!

    02 Sep 2005, 10:36

  4. You can depend on Aunty Lix. I'll make sure AJ becomes an Earth Scientist! Woohoo.

    02 Sep 2005, 11:44

  5. That I can live with, just as long as I have a little science geek–CSI fan and not an artsy kid!

    02 Sep 2005, 14:59

  6. Oh, and I notice you've dropped the 'Persephone'!! Yay for my car called Persephone!!

    02 Sep 2005, 15:00

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