no school for me today, we got about 15cm's of snow last night [& its still snowing] so my school was canclled due to bad weather Smile
get to stay home and relax and ugh study for a test tomorrow..JOY!! Rolling Eyes
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replied March 5th, 2008
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really? snow? whats that? lol at least you've got the day off
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lol school whats that i left ages ago av forgotton
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lol so have i
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and that is funny how? i think school is the most important thing. The fact that you are a drop out is nothing to brag about.
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i dont think any of us was ever a drop out :S
i think me and aryshire - lass (sorry dont know your name lol) both finished school before we got pregnant
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I wasn't talking about you, Rose.
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im so confused
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We leave school at 16 here. So none of the UK girls dropped out when we say it was ages ago
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I assumed because at 16 here we're still in HS. My bad ..I keep forgetting about the differences .
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replied March 5th, 2008
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becky you finish high school at 16? how does that work?? does it start sooner for you guys, or is it cuz you have junior high or something?
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at 16 we have our exams (GCSEs) which you need to further your career ideally. then you can go onto six form and study your A/AS levels, which can get you into university, or you can go to college, which afterwards you can decided whether you want to go into employment or go to university and further your career. you can also work and get paid, while learning
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hm, thats different than canada.
14 you enter grade 9
and either if your 18 or 19 is when you finish high school and can go on to college or university or work field.
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yeah at 14 we enter the ninth grade and have 3 more years of HS at that point.
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All the adults and mommies didn't have a free day just because of some snow. There was still work and children to tend to. Enjoy these days, they are going to be gone forever soon.

I was happy there was no school, but that didn't mean sleeping in and laying around. That meant still getting up before 7 am with Rowan and running after her and doing chores all day, and a butt load of homework now that she is in bed. It would be nice to get to be a child again, all excited about a "snow day".
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im enjoying these days very much
but 6 more months and they'll be quite different yes. lol

thank god i have some extra help and a fiance to help out too Smile
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