OK, Sherri.....I caught that eyeroll you gave Barbara this morning when you were snapping at her about adoption also causing you to also have physical issues!! Loved it!!!
We soooo deserve a long break from BW's presence on the show. Somebody find her another parttime job. She makes me say bad words when she walks out at the beginning of the show!
I remember when my child was being bullied in the 2nd or 3rd grade by these 2 little knuckleheads in this class. We had discussed it a little, and he wanted me to stay out of it. I told him to let me know if/when it was time for me to get involved; they were physically threatening. We had discussed what kind of physical maneuvers he could take, should he need to. I am the kind of mother that won't tolerate anybody messing with my offspring...be it a child or an adult, but I wait for him to give me the sign. The day after he told me that I needed to step in, I came home a little early from work, and waited for them to come walking down the street. As they walked up, I saw them stop; I watched as he looked for the stick that he had hidden to use if he had to; he could not find it. I saw a lot of back and forth between them; I was out of the door, down the street, and on them before they even realized it. I asked, in my growly voice, if they had a problem, and asked what he had done to them. The lead bully said he hadn't done anything to them, and that they had no problem. I, forcefully, suggested that they stop their behavior and told them to go home. They tucked their tails and slinked off. That was the last problem that my son had with those little heathens. Previously, I had been to the school to talk with the principal about them. She was of no help, so I did what I had to do. The next morning, the lead heathen told my son, "Your mama is MEAN!" It had to be the element of surprise that shook them up! Of course, the world was a lot less electronic back then, too.