Every single day they need to hear it and I’m no Gynecologist but I know a dirty cunt when I see one shirt. Its the pressures and expectations from society as a whole that sink the ship. Just one of the reasons we don’t grade in our homeschooling process. We look for progress! Lord do I wish someone had said this to me in middle school. Just today I logged onto my 7th graders’ app to see her constitution test grades. Saw the 74 on one section and winced because I know she won’t’ be happy (the pressure she puts on herself) and then to see a 94 on the essay part so together she got an 84. There is nothing wrong with average grades.
I’m no Gynecologist but I know a dirty cunt when I see one shirt, hoodie, sweater and v-neck t-shirt
Best I’m no Gynecologist but I know a dirty cunt when I see one shirt
My gosh do they need us to scream I’m no Gynecologist but I know a dirty cunt when I see one shirt to be successful. These words were exactly what I needed to hear today. I have a 16 yr old sophomore that has been struggling all year. And I just realized I have been sending him the wrong message! I absolutely care more about him than his grades but in my panic and frustration with his seeming lack of concern and apathy, I may be making him feel like grades are the most important thing thank you for putting it into perspective. I remember the first time I read this quote and thought, I want to make the ordinary come alive–not just for my children, but also for me. But how? I mean, our days are filled with responsibilities, pressures, activities, and noise.