Progress Report

Remember back in grade school you would get those progress reports from your teachers and you would have to have your parents sign them? Did you have those?

You remember, they went like this: “Kevin needs to stop talking in class,” or “Kevin sure is a talker,” or “Kevin needs to save his socializing for outside the classroom,” or “Kevin can be a little disruptive with all the talking in class,” or “It’s hard to get a word in edge-wise when Kevin is around,” or “For the love of God please tape Kevin’s mouth shut or don’t send him back to school!”

Well, that’s how mine went, anyway. So, I pose a philosophical question to you: Why do I have so little to say?!

6 Comments on “Progress Report”

  1. You are kidding,right? You have alot to say… Politics, remember?…you would be great!!!!

    And I would imagine you “talk” more than you actually write/type/post. 🙂

  2. Not to worry: He’s just saving most of his “rhetoric” for the house. He’ll be back to his old self in no time.

  3. Mine used to say “Cindy is daydreaming in class”. I wasn’t daydreaming, I was thinking 😉

    I think saying less sometimes actually says more.

  4. Along the lines of what Candy said: Having nothing to say IS a topic.

    Doing nothing is an activity in itself.

    Travelling nowhere is a journey like any other, perhaps greater.

    Silence speaks volumes.

    … heh …