Our elementary school principal is retiring at the end of the summer. Will this be a good change for the food allergic kids, or a case of the devil you know...?
I've been invited to be on a panel for May 15th's Food Allergy Twitter Party at, um, 10:30 PM EST. HAHAHAHA!! You should be able to get some pretty amusing answers to your questions from the girl who's bedtime is 9 PM. And who is still learning to use Twitter.
The latest Living With Food Allergies Blog Carnival is up at Sure Foods Living.
My all-time favorite college professor (who is also an alumnus of the college) has been let go from my alma mater due to "budgetary reasons." I just got my alumni newsletter with a photo of the college president cutting the ribbon on a new building named for him (the president). I don't think I'll be sending in my paltry donations anymore since they don't seem to be going to what I consider to be important.
So, May is "nursery month" at our church, which means that this is traditionally when the nursery director asks for donations, diapers, etc. We're in pretty good shape as far as supplies right now, so here's what I want to do: This Sunday I want to stand up in each service with a baby (we have only two regularly-attending babies at each service) and say that what the nursery needs is babies. So start inviting young families to the church because the reason we're not out of supplies is because there aren't enough children in the nursery to use them.
What? Too much?