Trudy in Her Days of Leisure
Recently Miss Patience noticed Trudy's slight weight gain. She saw the same problem in her more docile students. In an effort to stem this extra growth in her students, Miss Patience prepared a new unit on exercise and proper nutrition. Soon the entire class was eating celery and carrot pudding and Running For Life. Running for Life was the term Miss Patience used to describe her joint PE times with the sixth grade. The sixth grade students were pitted against her first grade class in Death Dodge Ball.
Trudy was truly the luckiest mouse in the Confederacy. Miss Patience's first grade class at Confederacy Elementary pampered this little fellow with every luxury a mouse would desire. Until now. Trudy needed to get in shape.
"Nothing gets their little hearts pumping and calories burning more than running for their lives from a sixth grade boy that sees a helpless kid in his sights. Those boys sure can throw hard." Miss Patience explained while caring for a young girl with broken glasses and a bloody nose.
Trudy was spared the pounding of dodge ball. A hamster wheel was installed in her cage instead. Trudy was not amused.