Taylor Swift Fan's Parent Protects Her Kid's 'Reputation' With Eras Tour Absence Note

The mama of a Taylor Swift fan hopes an forthcoming academy absence for the pop star’s Ages Tour show in Houston wo n’t ruin her first- grade son’s “ else astral Character. ”

Karen Vladeck, who’s wedded to CNN contributor and law professor Steve Vladeck, drew heavily on Swift’s notorious lyrics in her note asking that son Maddie’s absence be excused latterly this month.

Vladeck, in a tweet on Tuesday, posted the absence note to her son’s schoolteacher. It began “ Dear anthology, ” also reeled off a string of references to the songster’s work.

“ I hope missing academy does n’t ruin her else astral Character, but she prayed me to go and perhaps I Should Have Said No but I did n’t want to be Mean. So ItGoes., ” Vladek wrote.

“ Anyway, I hope this does n’t leave any Bad Blood between you and Maddie and that effects for the rest of the time aren't unfaithful.

I know I Did commodity Bad and I promise this will be The Last Time she has an unexcused absence before the Cruel Summer starts. ever & Always, Karen Vladeck. ”

The dispatch’s subject line “ It’s Me, Hi, I ’m the Problem, It’s Me ” is a nod to the songster’s megahit song “Anti-Hero. ”

Vladeck got a warm response from the schoolteacher, who said it made their “ ENTIRE DAY.