I’m Not Sure I Really Need to Add this Event to My Calendar
Among the many valuable skills that I have for which I cannot seem to find someone to pay me, I have the ability to create and maintain websites. One of the websites I update is for a local children’s sports team. Included in this site is an embedded Google calendar to which the various coaches can add information about practice from their own Google calendars.
I was double-checking the calendar’s upcoming events the other day to make sure I had put them all in, when I came across an unexpected entry. See if you can find it in the realistic reproduction I have posted below:
Friday, September 27, No practice
Monday, September 30, 7-9 15 & Up practice
Tuesday, October 1, 6:30-8:30 12-14 practice
Wednesday, October 2, Birth Control
Thursday, October 3, 7-9 15 & Up practice
Did you spot it? Fortunately I spotted it and quickly removed it – hopefully before anyone else noticed. Apparently, one of our coaches decided to share a bit too much on the team calendar.
Either that, or she was making a statement about how much she enjoys working with children…
Posted on September 25, 2013, in Humor, Parenting and tagged humor, life, parenting, random, TMI. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.
HA! I’ve been thinking lately that I ought to have practiced that a little more.
Seriously? That’s crazy! And I didn’t know you did that…
*dying. whether it was plain calendaring or in response to some crazy kids, it was clearly a “note to self.” (we hope.)
Too funny! I dunno; was the unexpected entry “no practice”? 😉
One of my neighbors is a kindergarten teacher. The first time we met, we were parked next to each other and getting out of our respective vehicles. She alone and I with Miss S. Right after she told me she taught kindergarten she added, “It’s a good form of birth control.” I still don’t know what I should make of that.
Whoops! I’m willing to bet when she shared to that calendar she meant to import.
That would be so awkward if no one caught it. Instead of just kind of awkward since you caught it and had to see it.
Bet you’re her new best friend!
After the really crappy morning I’ve had so far, this has just made it perfect 🙂 Just what I needed to read 🙂 I posted about something so similar yesterday – must be a phase lol 🙂
Awesome. We have a shared family calendar on iCal that our kids and babysitters access. It’s my default calendar when I add events. Which means that more than once I have put similarly inappropriate reminders for all to see. What’s super awesome is that everyone gets a notification when you add an event, and when you delete it. So just in case they missed it the first time, they’ll be sure to see it when you take it away.
So pleased it’s not just me who does things like this!!