It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words, like 'What about lunch?'
A. A. Milne
Let's Talk Lunch
I might've mentioned my daughters go to public school, where they have about 30 minutes to eat lunch during the day. They usually buy lunch and milk, but occasionally they prefer me to pack a lunch.
BTW: It. Is. Not. Okay. If. There. Is. No. Note.
It's my fault. I started it. I grew up in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) denomination, in which we practice an open table, and coming to table (sharing in communion) is a central part of worship. The radical welcome of that tradition and the coziness/holiness of breaking bread with one another spills over to all mealtime experiences. So when my babies starting having a meal per day away from me on the regular, I wanted them to have a little of my presence with them.
My older daughter keeps all her lunch notes in a pouch in her backpack. My younger daughter probably drops them on the floor as soon as she reads it. To each her own.
My notes are usually not this elaborate. They are often jotted on a sticky note, and the language has been limited by having early readers. However, I spent a little more time on these. You just have to print and cut!