Unfortunately, I walked out of my house to the sight of bird poop all over my car after it sat in the driveway all last week.
Fortunately, I got my car washed on Saturday, leaving it squeaky clean!
Unfortunately, the birds apparently had other ideas after seeing the state of my car this morning.
Fortunately, I got some comic relief through our morning meeting prompt today: Would you rather read people’s minds or speak to animals? To which I said, “talk to animals so that I could ask the birds to kindly poop elsewhere.”
Unfortunately, this made my class laugh so much that it got them all wired and silly!
Fortunately, I like to be silly too. So we laughed together, got our sillies out, and took a deep breath to refocus.
Unfortunately, much to my chagrin, there was still bird poop on my car when I left school this afternoon.
Fortunately, the rain is slowly washing it away… I hope.
Love unfortunately fortunately slices! And this one is awesome. Love how the kids and you can be silly and then refocus. ❤️
I love the cheekiness of this slice. It is filled with mirth.
I like your structure for this one! And I can just imagine the giggles when talking about bird poop with littles!
Sorry for the mess on your care but it brought joy to your morning meeting.
Love this structure. so anticipatory!!
I love this line: “Fortunately, I like to be silly too. So we laughed together, got our sillies out, and took a deep breath to refocus. ” It sounds like such a great classroom moment! Hope the poop is gone and the birds have moved on by now!