The ins and outs of a young library media specialist's life. Rock, rock on.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006


I'd like to pose a very important question to my readers, one that I've been pondering all year: why are students constantly running through my library gushing blood from their noses? I mean, I know they are heading to the nurse. But how are so many students bleeding, seemingly on a daily basis? Could this be the reason they chose an orange rug in here? To hide the dull rust stains of thousands of children's blood?

Does OSHA know about this?

I do seem to recall a lot of bloody noses when I was in middle school as well. I just can't think of any specific reason. So help a girl out, people. I needs ta know.


Blogger Aaron rocks hardcore!

You forgot "Student punched in face by NPW". Not that I expect your punch packs much power, but...

9:01 AM

Blogger NancyPearlWannabe rocks hardcore!

I try to keep the assaults under control while at school, Ace. It's hard work, but I would not survive serving hard time.

8:20 PM


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