Tuesday, June 28, 2011

PRETTY?


ABOVE:  this is the Thank You card I made for a girlfriend in Hamilton.  I hope she likes it... it was fun to make.  I like the pretty ones!  lol

Today:  not sure.  Maybe try to catch up on blog reading, some housework... bla bla bla!  Just a normal day around here!

ONWARD...

!'*# SPARKS MAY FLY around here soon.
I just sent an e-mail to the school.  Brylee is being bullied again, picked on, punched... and the little BITCH who is doing it is getting away with it scotch free!

So, I am taking the school to task about it.  Why should Brylee be treated like this?  How long will it take until she lashes out as well and hits the little bitch who is bully'ing her and then Brylee is the one who gets into trouble like last year???

Waiting for a response....  Drumming fingers on table... not heard a dickey bird.

I went off to Sylvia Park, got some new laundry baskets and had me little fingernail put back on... the bugger broke off and f#*k that hurt!  Some chick tried to sell me a $400 hair curling thingee... like a straightener... on SALE today ONLY for $280!  YEAH RIGHT.  Left it there.

I just heard back from Brylee's teacher.  She said that Brylee is much happier now, that the incidents happened ages ago and were dealt with then (BULLSHIT), Brylee got punched YESTERDAY!!!   Oh and the teacher is going to talk to BRYLEE about it?  Ummmm excuse me, but the OTHER GIRL is the one who needs to be talked to!   I'm even madder now.
I feel like going up there and talking to that little bitch myself as obviously the Teacher isn't going to.

TRACY:  FUNNY that is exactly what I've been thinking of doing!  

Brylee is home for the next couple of days with a heavy cold... so can't do anything right now anyway.

so... clearly I can't talk to the little bitch... can I at least GLARE at her????  Pretty please?

End of Day:  and my day just turned to CRAP.  Lost my appetite even.
nite nite

EDIT: Anonymous... she's 10, she is a little bitch and she knows what she is doing is WRONG.  No one is suggesting we BULLY HER.  Get a life.

HEY!  It is a pretty card eh?
HA
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28 comments:

  1. Stand by your girl! This could be the root of a lot of her problems.

    Don't let them get to you. It won't help if they label you a problem Mum. Just let them know how much you love Brylee and she needs to be cared for. She's such a slip of girl it must be hard for her to withstand bullying.

    All the best for Steve. I think he's made the best decision for what it's worth.

    Be strong. Love and Blessings

    And the card is gorgeous just about as nice as the quilt you gave me.

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  2. Love the card....it's really pretty and I think a hat stand would be best if you need to place it in the lounge :O)
    Good luck with the school and I hope Brylee ok.

    Michelle x

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  3. Poor Brylee, I hope the school deal with it properly this time.

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  4. How unfair! I hope you hear back and everything works out ok.

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  5. Cute card by the way. :)

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  6. Oh dear heres hoping the school gets back to you soon cause fuming for a few days can ESCALATE ones blood pressure...... Good news about Steves interviews.

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  7. Of COURSE it would be all Brylee's fault if she kicked their butts.. *rolling eyes* Funny how when you need help they're lazy as pie but when it's time for Mum to do something, you'd best get hopping NOW.

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  8. Pick Brylee up from school for the next couple of days, get her to point out the offending little cow & glare at her, then walk up to her & introduce yourself and ask her why she has been hitting Brylee and suggest it is in her best interest not to do so again. If her Mum is there even better, cos I bet she doesn't know what is going on.

    Of course then next week there will be a notice come home from school (not mentioning any names) advising that if there is a problem with bullying then the school needs to be advised & they will handle it and it is not up to the parents to approach any other children etc etc.

    When Samyson & his friend were being bullied a couple of years ago when they started intermediate, the friends Mum lay in wait for the offenders (away from the school but on the way home) and ripped shit out of them. No more bullying and above mention in the school newsletter (they only found out because the friends Mum rung the school and let them know what she had done & why).

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  9. Get the headmaster involved! This is RIDICULOUS and the teacher needs to be on top of this right away before it gets worse!!

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  10. Chris, don't go directly to the child, the parents will most likely accuse you of all sorts of things, Contact the parents and if it keeps up contact the police, you have to standy by Brylee, poor thing, my son was bullied, he is now 30, but it ruined his life for nearly 20 years. Please don't approach or talk the girl, you have spoken to the teacher, typical, no help there, then there is the principal, usually no help there either, so next is the girls parents, or as I said The Police. Good luck. If you need to talk about it. maggannie2@gmail.com

    Maggie

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  11. Anonymous3:15 PM

    Thats what I was going to suggest, what Tracy said. Confront the little shit and tell her she'll have you to deal with! Send Brylee to martial arts classes so she can kick their butt! WOMBAT

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  12. I had another thought, go as a parent helper on the next school trip, it is surprising what "fun" you can have with the kids you don't like. I ended up on school camp with a girl who bullied Siobhan - what's more she ended up in the same cabin that I was parent helper in- lets just say the first day or so were not the most funs she had at camp cos she just seemed to get all the worst jobs (cleaning toilets anyone). Bullying stopped.

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  13. Yep, gotta love all the anti-bullying bull shit they try to say on tv and in the schools yet when it happens the people that are there to help don't do anything.

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  14. No...you shouldn't confront the child
    under any circumstances. I know your angry but you have to keep contacting the school about these issues but do not directly talk to the child involved.

    Michelle x

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  15. Yes, yes, give her the look, but when no one is looking, if anything is said you can deny it.

    Maggie

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  16. Actually I am afraid that if you get Brylee to point out the offending piggy, then it will do no good. She will be bullied more for tale bearing or something like that. Just a thought. But turning to the police may be a good idea.

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  17. No one can stop anyone from looking/staring/glaring :O) lol

    Michelle x

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  18. Oh dear what happened, I hope it is nothing too serious.

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  19. Hi Chris - I feel for you guys! I hate bullies and it's so hard when nothing is being done by the school. In Australia at the moment there are more and more court cases where victims are going for compensation against the school for not stopping the bullying. My suggestion would be to put in writing to the school that unless something is done you will be speaking to a solicitor about taking action against the school and the Department of Education - this ought to get them moving. Good Luck hun!!

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  20. Anonymous9:40 PM

    she is a CHILD - not a BITCH. think about what she might be going through as well.
    and to all those commentors who said 'confront her' 'rip into her' etc etc - nothing like BULLYING a child to stop them BULLYING - I feel sick that so many adults would treat children so nastily. Children do no and cannot reason or think in the same way as adults.

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  21. Wow, anonymous, Im glad Im in a "if you have nothing nice to say dont say it" mood, yes for the little bitch bullying B, she knows what she is doing, what girl at that age wouldnt know when they are being annoying, or bullying, B knows when she is being a tart to G, that makes her a bitch, I would so love to give the "mummy" look to the tart, that mite make her back off!

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  22. I believe I would contact the little girls parents. Go over in person one evening and have a nice little chat. You may find out a lot about the child by visiting her home and talking with the parents.

    I do like your thank you card, except I love all your cards!!...debbie

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  23. You are fantastic! Whenever I had problems at school, I felt like my parents would always be on the other side. You Rock!

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  24. HeeHee - You said "dickey bird!"

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  25. bullying has become a HUGE issue this year here in the states...

    i hope it all works out for you.. i dont think i could stand seeing my son picked on.

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  26. Nice card. Hope you get the situation with Brylee sorted out. Too bad these things happen. Take care.

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  27. We had the same problem with our youngest being bullied, she used to come home with her clothes cut becasue this girl didnt like what she was wearing, I was always at the school, she couldnt walk home (only 5 minn walk) becasue this girl would punch her the schools solution my daughter leave school 10 mins early to get home safely, finally I had enough rung another school and took her out...only then was the head master interested...it dam hard cause you cant do anything but its the effect on the child in later years. Bullies need to be stopped. I feel for you :)

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  28. Girl, you get sooo many comments! Dang! Anyway, I LOVE your card. I love pretty stuff too. :D

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