grandma foster

sometimes i forget the story of my great grandmother accidentally getting high isnt on tumblr so im fixing that

so my my great grandma was a foster parent to this girl who smoked weed. one day she found her plants and, not knowing what they were, thought they were attractive and asked to have one to grow. she started growing this weed plant on a windowsill until one day her daughter came over and started freaking out over it, telling her it was weed. my great grandma suddenly became paranoid that the police were going to come and arrest her, and one day while she was alone, a helicopter flew over the house and she thought it was the police here to take her away. she took the plant and was going to throw it in the trash, but she thought the garbage truck would see it, so she needed to find another place to get rid of it.

she looks over at the chimney, currently lit with a fire.

“perfect”

Birth Of A Beauty: A Day in Life of CEO Han Tae Hee (Ep. 18)

Bumped into ahjumma and le evil half-brother in front of the company building.

They left me alone, confused and devastated, witnessed by my one and only secretary. 

Bumped into ahjumma again in the office. We argue over things, she’s a bitch and I am angry. 

Still angry. Better bury myself in works to forget ahjumma.  

Or better start trying to make some rice balls. I’m a CEO but why do I have to get my own ingredients? This company sucks. 

Gees. Why I have to bump into ahjumma again?! And why that dude keeps following her? I’m gettin’ angrier. 

Found the test kitchen! It’s dead cold and no one is here. Gotta find a new chef. 

Foster sister said there’s a new chef in the cold test kitchen. I was worried, but le evil foster sister told me to just let the chef freeze to death. 

Can’t do that coz I’m a good guy so I bring some coffee to the kitchen. But no one seems here so Imma turn the stove off. 

But suddenly ahjumma appears. Apparently she’s the chef.

So Imma watch her from behind while pretending not to watch. Gosh she’s so pretty but I have my pride. 

Rice balls are done. Time to taste it. It’s good but I’ll pretend that it’s not just to piss ahjumma off. 

Treating ahjumma’s burn. She’s so careless when she is angry. I can’t see it but I believe my evil half brother is peeking in jealousy from outside… 

Promoting the rice balls. I’m an awesome CEO so I do it myself and I succeed. 

Attending the directors’ meeting to nominate the new CEO candidates. 

I’m about to do my speech but le evil half brother takes my spotlight. She brings in ahjumma and claims all my hard works as his. The directors buy his speech. 

I’m speechless and I hate ahjumma even more. I think she’s a spy. 

Back in my office. My foster sister tries to comfort me but she’s too noisy. Imma just find ahjumma and confront her. 

Found ahjumma. I told her that now we are strangers! She’s about to cry, I don’t give a shit. 

Went to grandma’s place to say sorry. She kept blaming ahjumma. But later I found out from grandma that my foster sister is going to reveal ahjumma’s fake identity in her talk show… 

End of the day. 

One week into the new school year and it’s already started. Three thoughts about this issue.

  • The “Dear Mom and Dad” line could be eliminated and nothing about this project would change.
  • If the kids can fill out the question boxes on the worksheet then surely the kids could write in the correct words for their family. So, the line could simply be written, “Dear___________________”. This would allow kids being raised by two moms; two dads; by just a dad; by just a mom; a foster parent; grandma; auntie; or Nana, the nurse dog from Peter Pan to fill in the blank with the appropriate words. 
  • If you think the countless number of non Mom and Dad families should just overlook this stuff, imagine if every year your child repeatedly brought home assignments addressed to, “Daddy and Papa”. First, some people would wonder if there was an underlying agenda advocating for a certain type of family formation (not to mention a certain subset of these people would sh*t their pants over such a greeting). Second, you might not care the first few times but after awhile you’d begin to wonder why there couldn’t be some thought put into making school materials applicable to all families.