Thursday, February 16, 2012

P2P

Rosie is signed up to go on a People To People "ambassador" trip to Australia this summer.

This means she gets to go on a 3 week vacation while her Dad and I take out a second mortgage to pay for the trip.
And the new luggage.
And the new clothes.

That's OK, though. You know me, just sittin' around with nothing to do most of the time, so it's nice that I get to drive her to the monthly meetings which are an hour away. I love parking my ample hindquarters on a middle school cafeteria bench for two hours.

Apparently, the chief thing the good folks at P2P need to teach is that the kids shouldn't pack any jeans. Some of the best moments of my life have been spent learning this, because they've gone over it in depth
at every freaking meeting.

I've also learned that, as the person in charge of the refreshments committee, I have become the Snack Nazi.

You haven't gotten back to me by the end of the day on the carb you're volunteering to bring?
I will hunt you down.

Tonight was a bit embarrassing for Rosie, though. The P2P leader was talking about dress code (and yes, she reviewed their standing on jeans. Again.) She looked down the line and said, that shirt there would be fine, so would that one, etc,etc.
Then she got to Rosie.
My hussy daughter.
Leader woman said, "Yeah, you wouldn't be able to wear that. Bare shoulders aren't really appropriate."

Poor Rosie. My sweet little tramp in her layered tank tops.

You know that scene in Alien where Sigourney Weaver backs herself very s-l-o-w-l-y into the space suit when she's in that little shuttle with the creepy critter? Yeah. That was Rosie s-l-o-w-l-y easing herself into her jacket after leader lady called her out on her streetwalker's attire.

Walking out to the car at the end of the meeting, Rosie looked down and gasped in shock.

"What's wrong?" I asked.

"My ankles are showing! I'm mortified!"



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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is P2P legit? it seemed more like a bit of a scam. How did you get involved. I got a letter for my son. I called his school for more information and not ONE person had ever heard of this program. Strange I thought.

Anne Kimball said...

Yeah, it's definitely legit. Been around for a long time, no complaints about them. I know it'll be a life-changing experience for my dtr, I just wish it weren't so danged expensive!

alphamama said...

Ha! Guess what? Our Kate is going on a P2P trip this summer, too!! It's an awesome opportunity. The group from here will go to Spain, France, and Italy. Kate's thrilled to pieces and trying her best to fund raise some of the tuition. Of course, that means I'm driving her to the meetings you mentioned (also an hr away for us), helping her with her various money making efforts, etc.

Wanna buy a cell phone charm??? We're currently in production, crafting darling little beaded things that are making my fingers bleed...

Anne Kimball said...

Oh wow, Dee. I can't believe they're both going this summer! Rosie goes in July, how about Kate?

alphamama said...

Kate leaves in mid-July, assuming we can sell vital organs to pay for the trip!

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