Tony has been kicked out of pre-school for the time being. Jenny told me tonight that the pre-school he was at doesn't want him right now because he is too young and won't listen to any of the handlers. Today, He refused to be fed and to be held. He was just too much trouble for the staff.
My wife was upset by the pre-school's decision. I think he was too young to be with strangers anyway. I will have to do my best to console Jenny. She was hoping to put Tony in the pre-school to give herself a break. Her hopes have been dashed.
Jenny is also worried over Tony's not being able to talk while other children, his age and younger, can. Again, I think it is nothing to worry about. Tony must be confused by having two parents talk to him in different languages.
Meanwhile, Duff & Nonsense has been waxing poetically about the HBO series The Wire - a series I quite enjoy myself. I was surprised to learn that the actor who plays the character McNulty is from England.
For my last movie class, possibly ever, at the school, I will show the Astaire and Rogers movie Top Hat. I am showing the film more for me than the students. I think that some of the students don't appreciate my taste in old movies. But to me, many of the old movies I have watched recently have been revelations that the more recent cinematic fare haven't. As well, the long stretches of dancing, which I really enjoy, don't require much preparation work for the class. I can ask the students what they saw. I don't have to explain to them what was said.