"Max" came in. He was about 7 and wondered if I was new at the school.
The little kids seem littler and the big kids seem a bit smaller. It all is your perspective of where your own are at in life.
One teacher kinda glared at me for
There was a fire drill. I didn't participate, but enjoyed the empty school to myself for 15 minutes.
Mr. R wanted to know all about our camping last weekend. I had a sudden and fearful feeling he was a blog reader until he mentioned that one of the MYP told him we had just gone. I think he has the perception we are the Robinson Crusoe family since he saw all of us at Door County this summer.
You often read very bad advice. I saw some this week. It said that when you buy Halloween candy for trick or treaters, you are to buy the kind of candy you don't like. Seriously? I always choose my absolute favorite thing and hope for goodness sake that we don't pass it all out. In fact, I may or may not have stashed a wee bit in the upper cupboard above the pantry in case we run low.
I got all fancy-Nancy and stuck some rolled oats on top of the latest bread. I sent some to the neighbor lady yesterday and she texted within 10 minutes that she ate half the loaf. Whew!
We are having glorious fall days here - sunny and warm by day and cool at night. Brilliant coloried leaves against a vibrant blue sky. Lovely!