Administration.

“I have something for you mum” are words that every parent knows are laced with a few meanings.

The first is innocent and lovely, probably a little handful of daisies or a hug.

The second, however, is something unwanted, sinister and must be approached with extreme caution and cynicism.

“Oh yes?” comes my reply (raised eyebrow). I am the master after years of being tricked, poker face is on and braced for impact,

And there they are in my hand, a scrunched up pile of months and months of school letters, casually handed over without a single drop of sweat shed.

Months of letters.

Suppose it could have been a slug or a dead spider.

Posted on March 6, 2020, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Its either that or you go looking for them in the school bag and stick you hand deep into the rotten banana thats lurking down there.

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  2. It’s either that or go looking for them in the bottom of the school bag and stick your hand deep into the rotten banana that is lurking there.

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