Well they are not really decisions cuz I have a feeling that I know what I am going to end up doing for my 2 issues.
Issue one: Pooka's teachers calls me at work to basically tell me that Pooka has shut down and doesn't want to do anything. When she is encouraged to continue she cries then makes a request for me and to go home. This has been happening every day since Monday. Now I am not surprised at this because she did something very similar when she first started the new daycare. Eventually she came out of it. The only issue I have is that school is different than daycare so I need to find a way to snap her out of it faster. But she is so freakin' stubborn (got it from her daddy) sometimes I don't think I can do anything to "make" her cooperate when she doesn't want to. When she tries that shut down thing at home I pop her. The teacher can't do that.
I spoke with Pooka last night about it and the plan is to refresh her memory of the conversation when I drop her off this morning. If I get another call or note about it continuing then I will just have to make a trip to school and assist in getting her st8.
Issue two: Do I take the entire morning off to conduct "personal business"? I have the time to take. But do I want to run the risk of missing Physics class? I already missed one class when my tire blew out and missed a quiz, I don't want to miss another. I had the opportunity to handle business last night, but by time CSI went off I was dead to the world and really didn't feel up to it, and heaven forbid we miss an episode of CSI *eyeroll*
I think I am going to go in to work, cuz folks who work evenings don't be up at 7am, leave an extra hour and a half earlier than usual for class, make someone set an alarm, go to class, and take my but back to work. We are having an end of summer cookout that I paid money into the purchase of items for so I at least want my burnt hotdog! If it wasn't for some work that I want to personally get done today and the cookout I probably would have taken today off work.