And trouble we got after our son came home.
The school told yesterday they were going there, so we hardly had time to prepare him well.
And can you prepare a child for the deathcries of pigs?
It was for the subject: environmental subjects.
Living in an area where they still use natural water for drinkingwater, they'd better had gone to the waterstation and explain why we have such clean water here that it needs only one filtering before it's ready to drink safely.
They could have compaired with water they win from the dunes, and water that is extracted from the sea.
Noop, they went to the slaughterhouse.
Started at the endproducts and went all the way to the killingstation.
Walking through slippery blood, seeing them killed.
That school is not ready with me.. and he was not ready to go to school in time this morning, after a bad night.
He couldn't sleep because he kept hearing the screams of the pigs, and seeing their bellies torn open.
I am so happy that I agreed for one time with my autistic boy and said it was OK to stay at home. He couldn't have handled it at all.
Well, my other son couldn't either.
So the school got a letter in which I told that it was me who decided he could go to school late, and it will be me getting in contact about the subject and that I don't expect any punishment for him at all for being late.
I have to think about the steps I'm going to take....