Fio fondly remembers years ago when she was one of the mothers who walked her son's fifth grade class to the roller skating rink eight blocks away. The students were getting a little rowdy so Fio suggested they sing. She started them on "Row, Row, Row Your Boat," but they quickly switched to their own choice: Madonna's latest hits.
Imagine thirty ten year-olds belting out "Papa, Don't Preach" and "Like A Virgin" at the top of their lungs as they walked down the sidewalk. Fio was appalled at how well they knew the lyrics.
But at least it kept them occupied all the way to the rink.