So I may have mentioned a time or two (dozen) that I have lunch duty this year. Today I was trying to help a first grader with her foil wrapped drink (think Capri Sun). She didn’t have one of those pointy straws you need to push into it, so asked me for a straw.
Me: Well, a regular straw won’t go in, we need something sharp.
Girl next to her: I have a quarter you could use!
That’s what the first grade was up to yesterday. It was fun to see the kids carrying kites into and out of the school, and even more fun to look out the second-story library window and see the kites up in the air.
Today a first grader came in the library wearing fuzzy green antennae with a Q-tip stuck in her nose.
Full moon tonight. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, something called the Full Worm Moon. Also known as the Full Sap Moon. [Working really hard to restrain myself from commenting further.]
“We moustache you a question!”
Tonight was the first grade music program.
Although helping with rehearsals required that I see it about eight times, I can safely say it was a lot more energetic than last week’s program. There was a plotline, along with several “soloists.”
I took some pictures at rehearsal the other day. There was even “smashing” of inflatable guitars.