They had blue New Zealand pumpkins at the Suyematsu pumpkin patch! A had his picked out in one second flat.
A, Grandpa R, and Grandma V (up for the weekend!) had a ride all to themselves while the girls were still finding their pumpkins.
K’s in the fall play this year, The Laramie Project; one I’m very happy to support and proud of our school for presenting.
S’s going to carve hers upside down. S’s done such a great job of adjusting to high school, running on the cross-country team, and keeping up with her classes–this is a typical scenario at 6:15 a.m. when I patter out to the kitchen for hot water, to find S up, dressed for the day, packed for her away meet, doing homework.
I rarely know who exactly makes the poems in the poetry corner of the board, but just like my students, they’re often funny, insightful, and full of random spontaneity.