You would think I am a fugitive with all the attention I am getting. I've got helicopters out looking for me, there's undercover FBI agents parked out at the kids school, and they keep breaking in on the news to run my story.
Okay, not really but it might as well be!
A little confused? Let me fill you in...
Kailey's classroom is under construction, therefore today her class was to meet in a unused room, which is outside of the school in the very back. To access this room she must be dropped off on the street above the school (the normal drop off area), walk approx. 400 ft to enter the school, then go down a flight of stairs to the lower level, and out the back door. Once she is out the back door she is completely alone. From there she must walk three doors down to get where she is going.
Alright now stop right there and lets evaluate this situation. She is a gorgeous little girl with long blond hair walking alone, less than 300 ft from a street with houses. Exactly where a drunken man walks, or at least tries to walk it's more like stumbling, everyday! It is absolutely the worst possible neighborhood for an elementary school. Now, let me ask you does this sound safe?
It's 20 degrees out, parking the car and walking the girls in would freeze everyone especially Jake, who would get it twice. Besides that it's stupid to walk so far in the cold, when I know I can drive right up to the back door. This way the girls can quickly get in out of the cold and I can have peace of mind they are safe.
What is one day breaking one rule, right? It's a heinous crime that's what!
Here's the bus drivers delusional vision of the crime;
"She came speeding through the 'drop off forbidden' parking lot, and almost took out three children!"
Can you believe it??? This is what she ran and blabbed to Madisen's teacher, and god only knows who else!
Speeding through! First of all, Were talking about a school parking lot not at the mall
I simply followed the bus to where I pick up the kids, everyday after school. Crawled to a STOP when the bus stopped in front of me, and waited to pass. Once everyone was in the clear, I slowly proceeded through the parking lot and parked right where I could watch the girls (walking all alone).
I don't care who I have offended at least I know my children are safe!