March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
That child needs help.
Today they’d find out that Peppermint Patty has narcolepsy.
She needs a baseball mitt, it is a tonic for her.
You guess? If you’re being sent to the principal’s office, it’s not a guess!
School is to prepare a child for later life. Says a lot about Peppermint Jen in speeches and press conference. BTW, Peppermint Jen called The Count’s comment “hilarious”, her default word when she’s got nothing for an intelligent question in a press conference she cannot respond to intelligently and/or honestly.
Not sure sending a kid to the principal’s office for falling asleep in class is the best option. You’d think a good teacher would want to find out what’s going on.
Good use of wait time.
That beautiful and different child is fully grown and blessing others with her individuality. Thank God she kept adults from changing her.
Peppermint Patty needs a good bedtime.
It must be that because she isn’t working double shifts at Safeway
While sleeping stand up, even with the aid of a piece of furniture, isn’t something I can do, yet, I can sleep in almost any other position. My favorite is in my executive chair while trying to do a crossword puzzle on the computer. I get some great naps, there.
I had an uncle with narcolepsy. When I was little, I thought his name was “Wake Up!” because that’s what my aunt was always shouting at him.
Good night sweet princess.
The negative narcolepsy test from a previous arc seems suspicious now.
I often wished I could sleep through whatever the principal was telling me.
Seems like the teacher way out off this mess is to send Peppermint Patty to principals office he not there poorKid needs another school and find about her home life.
Obnoxious children complain that parents send them to bed when they are tired and wake them up when they want to sleep.
It’s still hibernation time, that’s why.
Must be sleep apnea or narcolepsy.
The principal will be with you as soon as he wakes from his nap …
I got sent to the Principle twice in my life, now that I’m older I can attest they both were my fault.