In the category of “sentences I never thought I’d have to say,” I say at least once of those sentences a day. I’m presenting them without context this week, because, really, you don’t need context.
Monday: “I don’t know what is on your face, but it is literally all over your face. Please go wash it off.” Five minutes later. “So, it’s all gone from your arms… but you decided to keep it on your face?”
Tuesday: “I don’t care what your reason is, put your shoe back on and focus on your work.”
Wednesday: curriculum day, with other teachers. So I said normal things today, because I was with adults.
Thursday: “How did you fall out of your chair without moving at all?”
Friday: “Please stop making bird sounds.”