Dotsie wrote:Mr Dotsie went last week for some back physio, and she bruised his bottom That's my job His back's much better though
Catch-up wrote:Trying not to feel really irritated. I'm having a hard time successfully communicating with the staff at the middle school. I know things are busy there and I've been really patient so far. But we're getting to a stage where some decisions and changes need to be made and communicating through email just isn't cutting it. I spend a lot of time trying to compose my messages so that they're brief, but ask and answer all the necessary questions. Then I get emails back without answers and asking questions that I've already answered, or asked for more information so that I can answer them. I know there are a lot of students there. I know things are busy. But obviously email isn't the best way to communicate about a couple of things. I have so much to get done today and I've put it all on hold in the hopes of being able to just pop in for a short time to get things straightened out. I've left a voice mail and if I don't hear back from them soon, I have to decide whether to go out and accomplish stuff or sit here and wait.
raisindot wrote:Dotsie wrote:Mr Dotsie went last week for some back physio, and she bruised his bottom That's my job His back's much better though
I'm sure you've have mixed feelings if he said that this experience had a happy ending....
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