fledge capable of flying, from Middle English flegge, from Old English -flycge; akin to Old High German flucki capable of flying,
Old English flEogan to fly -- more at FLY
intransitive verb, of a young bird : to acquire the feathers necessary for flight or independent activity

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Thursday, I don't care about you.

Wait!

This is happening too fast.

I can't focus.

A button was pushed.

I'm not ready.

Will you look back?

Now you're gone.


Wait. This is happening too fast. I can't focus. A button was pushed. I'm not ready. I'm not ready. I'm not ready.

Can't you wait?

Will you look back?

No.

You've got focus.

A button was pushed.

Now you're going.

You're ready.

You won't look back.

You're gone.

Have a great first day in middle school, son. I may not be, but you're ready.

5 comments:

Sara said...

Wow middle school! Good luck Jack!

I heard this song on the radio last night. I couldn't help but think of you. :-)

Doekedoeke said...

Ohhh, time flies!!!
It flies far to fast!
My littlest is going to 3. That means... just one year to go and he will go to school :( Oh no.. not my little boy...

Hope his day was great!
And yours too...

mooi hoor... said...

Fledgling.
It keeps me occupied these days as well. Madeleine going to school, my parents moving towards an age where one counts in years not decades. Ah, and me in the middle. A bit bewildered.

Good luck Jack!
Good luck Nancy!

anjana said...

Oh boy, middle school already!
Have fun Jack, Sasha was scared at first but now in 7th grade she's an old pro. And Nancy, I still don't like it, she's not my little girl anymore. Yesterday she asked to get her hair colored. At first I thought she was joking but not really she told me.

But boys are not girls and I hope he will still be the Jack you know for a long time.

Anjana

Nic said...

*sigh*

good luck, jack.


tissues, nancy???

hugs!
xoxo...

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