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6 Comments

  1. Rhonda P. says:

    So cool! Do you have this on a poster? If so, I’d love to have one! I’d like to put it in my scrapbook. Please let me know! Thank you!!

  2. Rhonda P. says:

    I forgot to mention that another reason I’d like a poster is that my excuse was chosen as the winner! Thanks again for the beautiful bulletin board! Love it!

  3. Jenny says:

    One for me when I was in elementary
    “My dad make breakfast this morning.”

  4. William and I are both school teachers

    William is my husband

    we teach at a all girls private school

    1 of the excuses is

    my dog at my homework

    the other 1 is please excuse

    I wiped my self after going pee pee and jobbies with homework paper

    no loo paper

    laurey

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