So, Monkeyboy is deeply engrossed in his Gamecube game, trying to extend his few minutes of play time 'til I schlep him off to Sunday school. RFB is getting ready to go out grocery shopping.
In fairly quiet voices, not in the immediate vicinity of the Gamecube or the critter attached to it, I say:
"OK, I'm going to stay at shul all morning, I'll bring [Monkeyboy's real name redacted] home today too. I've got two meetings this morning. At 10 I'm in the bagel bar discussing the new preschool/extended care program. At 11 I'm going to the meeting about sex."
From deep in MarioCart Double Dash land I hear a 9-year-old voice:
"Meeting about sex? What meeting about sex?"
I opened my big mouth, so I explained it.
If you're interested, the meeting about sex is to discuss implementation of a new curriculum about sexual ethics in the upper grades at our religious school. It's been devised by the Union for Reform Judaism. It's called "Sacred Choices," and I think it's pretty good.