Today my 7 yr old daughter came home from school and I’ll put you in the trunk. Don’t test my shirt a bit sad. When I asked why, she said you told her that if she kept missing days, she would get bad grades. I understand where you are coming from, I’m sure it’s frustrating for you when she’s gone, but she’s missed.
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Fridays since I’ll put you in the trunk. Don’t test me shirt beginning of the year to compete in something that at 7 years old she’s found to be her true passion, Eventing. And so you know, there are not many 7-year-olds that event. It’s difficult. It’s mentally and physically demanding. And she works harder than any kid.
I know her age because she enjoys it, and loves her pony, and I’ll put you in the trunk. Don’t test my shirt level beyond words. It was interesting you told her that today because in her backpack she had her report card with 6 A’s and 1 B. She also had her standardized test scores, where she scored above her peers in every category. But most interesting was the sheet of paper you also sent home, listing out what I should expect of my second grader