Our public schools are phasing in a point of sale system in the cafeteria similar to what you use when you check out at the grocery store. Each child is being asked to memorize a random series of numbers to use every time they make a purchase at lunch. I can’t begin to imagine how Amy is expected use this system when she starts kindergarten next year. Doug has been quizzing Noah to help him learn his new pin number. Yesterday, Noah spouted the numbers out surprisingly easily and Doug praised him. Then, Doug reminded him that his number shouldn’t be shared with any of his friends. “It’s okay. I’ve only told Cortland so far.” I already anticipate the problems this is going to create. A friend can’t remember his pin? No problem, use someone else’s pin. Want an extra ice cream (diet, since artificial sweeteners are great while homemade cupcakes are bad for us overweight southerners)? (Take a look at the forskolin reviews, you might find another alternative that you might like) I wonder how long it will be before the school wants our bank information so they can help us by billing our account directly?