Back To School Haiku

Kids are both at school
All is quiet and lonely
Sanity is nice

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13 Responses to Back To School Haiku

  1. All Adither says:

    I am partial to sanity myself. Usually.

  2. Sue says:

    Oh, I wish mine would all go to school. Kindergarten should really be for three year olds, you know?

  3. Janel says:

    So silence brings inspiration and poetic tendencies? That gives me hope that my creative juices may one day return!

  4. mother of the wild boys says:

    AMEN!

  5. Millie says:

    I’m really considering putting Roz in preschool. It’s my last year with a little kid at home EVER and I’m trying to enjoy it. (“Trying” being the operative word there.) But I would really like to be able to think an uninterrupted thought once or twice a day, and I know she gets bored… hmmmm…

  6. bananas says:

    Who is this “sanity” person? can I meet her?

  7. Here’s a clip from my recent blog post that totally echoes your lovely poem:

    My apologies to all you moms who weep when your children start kindergarten or go back to school, but I am loving it! . . .So I’m just celebrating this new school transition because it’s so nice to reach [a transition] that actually feels manageable.” diapersanddivinity.com

    Enjoy the sanity!

  8. And this is why I live for Tuesdays and Thursdays when I have 2.5 hours to myself…

  9. The son is in school all day and the husband is away for 2 weeks! I’m delirious!

  10. grammyelin says:

    Sanity? What is this sanity that you speak of? Where can I get some?

  11. Signe says:

    πŸ˜€ That’s great!

  12. KYouell says:

    I’m just waiting for the day that The Biscuit can stay at preschool for 2 whole hours without me being there. Then I can run an errand! Or take his sister on a walk! I’m barely able to imagine the freedom of only having one for 4 hours a week, I cannot wrap my brain around both of them at school. I think this is science fiction and you are cruelly teasing me. πŸ˜‰

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