written by Wanda

Eliza Doolittle And Her Butt Crack

Eliza Doolittle has been taking a little time off from her successful UK music career to enjoy a fun in the sun and Barbados and lucky for us, cameras were there to catch the action. I know I’d probably feel different about the butt crack pictures if I was the one getting my picture snapped, but Eliza doesn’t really seem to care. I guess it would be hard to think about that sort of thing when you’re having as much fun as Eliza seems to be having. While those in the US might not really know who Eliza is, her hit single ‘Pack Up’ is definitely getting attention across the pond and hopefully success in the US isn’t far behind. I, for one, would love to hear more about this girl.

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2 Comments

  • I think the line for gifts should be drawn at the pepole who actually interact with your child on the regular. If that means the bus driver, teacher, and aides that’s what it means. I do think including janitorial staff is important, they seldom get any recognition and they are incredibly important, it doesn’t necessarily have to be something big, even just springing for coffee and bagels one morning could be great. I also think PTAs are underutilized at this time of year. At least from what I saw attending and then working at a private school many parents took the holidays as a time to compete for best gift, which often made those families who couldn’t afford to do much look stingy (imagine being the kid who has to hand her teacher a five dollar gift card to Starbucks right after the teacher’s received a Vineyard Vines tote stuffed with presents). Though there was no way to prevent parents from doing this the PTA did step in and collect money from willing parents that they then distributed as holiday bonuses (instead of parents giving individual gifts) to the teachers, administration and support staff. It is a much nicer way to make everyone feel included and I know as a faculty member I appreciated the extra $$ around holiday time.

  • that an awe-inspiring number of panrets gave her pictures of their children along with pictures their children drew. It’s nice in theory, but she teaches those kids. She takes pictures of them (we had to sign a permission slip) all year, so she has pictures already. She is with them for a big part of the day, five days per week. They’ve drawn her pictures before. I felt bad on this one because I knew of at least one mom who had a special picture taken for this gift, and I know I gave a custodian a picture of my daughter after the custodian gave us ribbons to put in my daughter’s hair. In the end my friend said she appreciated everything she received, but she most appreciated the gifts that demonstrated thought (one mom gave her a $5 Starbucks gift card along with delivering her favorite drink at the start of the school day).