Words and draws by Russ
Hahaha--ALICE COOPER?!?! That's PERFECT! She sounds like Miss Sadowski, just mean, mean, mean. Taunted by her, I was forced into the extreme act of diagramming a sentence in front of the whole class that said :Sadowski is a witch!Principal's office!
i had miss smithers. she was like 200 and always wore some shade of green melded into a polyester pantsuit.xxalainaxx
The mother in me is trying not to be worried that you were drinking Pepsi in kindergarten . . . but so funny that you had a teacher named Alice Cooper.
I am still amazed to find out how many of us had mean, nasty kindergarten teachers. Seems like they are nicer now. I liked that canned chicken noodle soup when I was a kid. Now just looking at those worm-like, flaccid noodles in that yellow broth can make me want to puke. Ummmm...thanks for the memories! Hahaha. -Cin
well, he did change his name from Vincent Damon Furnier to Alice Cooper, cuz that's a more frightening name~~I s'pose. grins, debra
Sounds like your dad gave you good advice on the way to school, even if he did not enjoy the chore.
"alice cooper"--bet you loved "school's out for summer." good one. (as you can see, i've been away awhile.)
also, my comments come up under dick's name, but it's me, renee. too lazy to log out and log back in. sad, but true.
I adore these little encapsulations of your youth. So many people had mean kindergarten teachers that I feel like I have to apologize that mine, Mrs. Brille, was so very nice.
I think we have seen this face a time or two in one of your characters! Mine was Mrs. Ball...take that however you want too, but she was no party...
I bet Ms. Cooper wore lots and lots of mascara and black eyeliner. My sisters and I didn't go to kindergarten. We seem to have turned out okay!
Post a Comment
Share a book review on Shelfari, where this reader meets fellow readers.