Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Kids...Please Don't Try This at Home!

Look, Ma...

No...



Hands?


23 comments:

Dayne Gingrich said...

... don't let gooooooooooooo

quilly said...

one wonders why he was allowed to try it at school -- on the other hand I went out the science class window almost everyday of 8th grade (it was closer to home then the front door).

♥ Katinka said...

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. :) I like your blog too! :)

Quasi Serendipita said...

Well that's one way to escape a spelling test.

Jayde said...

I don't think I ever climbed out of a school window....nope, pretty sure I didn't. ;)

Karen, author of "My Funny Dad, Harry" said...

Oh my, no way! This kid is crazy! When I subbed at a Jr. High one day long ago, I had a kid throw my purse out the window, but at least none of them did this!

Amy said...

I believe I have pictures somewhere of Andrew on the other side of that window and of the day a whole bunch of us went out the window in the old newspaper room with chairs and all.

Bonus: your cherub is wearing a shirt from the park in my neighborhood.

Working Mommy said...

Looks like he is doing pull-ups out the window...LOL!

~WM

Dragonfly Lady said...

The kids usually want out of school, not in!

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Sarah said...

don't worry mom - i'm just hanging out!

Tara R. said...

Are you sure you didn't get the sequence out of order and it wasn't a wanna-be journalista trying to break into the Scholastic Scribe's classroom? Love the expression of his face.

Yankee Girl said...

Crazy kids!

He must really not like school! I've never escaped school out a window, I would usually just leave out one of the side doors that didn't have security watching them. Every day during 4th period Spanish I would skip with a friend and go to Taco Bell. No wonder I can't speak Spanish!

storyteller said...

Oh ... these photos remind me of my years in the classroom with middle school kids ... always doing SOMETHING outrageous ... just for fun while giving ME grey hair before my time!
Hugs and blessings,
Small Reflections

Krysten Hartenstein said...

Yikes! I definitely won't be trying that!!

Shell said...

Too funny!

Though it's bringing back memories of one of my students leaving one of my classroom windows opened a crack, so that I didn't notice...and then he and his buddies broke into the school that night and tore things up- not in my classroom, though, wasn't that nice? Ah, kids.

Noelle said...

i bet you are the

COOLEST.
TEACHER.
EVER.

Midday Escapades said...

Looks like fun. Me next! :0)

Thanks for linking up at my Follow Me Linky.

blueviolet said...

Kids are so fearless! Clearly he is very pleased with himself!

MaryRC said...

uh oh looks naughty! found you via midday escapades! new follower!

Just Playin' said...

Makes one wonder.....why?

Shraddha@theselfloveproject said...

omg that is scary...

Susie said...

What is he doing?

miss jo said...

Is he one of your super Scribes who can also defy gravity ? Lots o' laughs @ OHHS. Don't tell Principal Man...P.S. I love your blog snowfall.

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