This standard time thing isn’t so bad. At least there’s light to take a picture.
Zoe will frequently build little, I dunno – shrines? – in her room using whatever is handy. They are very neat and orderly, with everything arranged just so. The other night she built this one outside of her door while she and Zach were pretending to sleep at the doorways to their rooms.
Zoe was unhappy that she had to put the medal she got this weekend, for finishing the soccer season, in her backpack when class started. She wanted to wear it so everyone could enjoy it.
While entering the library this morning, my eye happened to glance up at a school bulletin board, only to see that the next event is titled Harmonica Bob: The Poetry of Bob Dylan. The performance will be held December 1st at noon in front of the Harry Ransom Center. As an avid Bob Dylan fan and true believer that his songwriting is some of the greatest poetry of our time, I???ll definitely be there.
December 1st at noon, amigos.
Zoe took a little pink friend to school with her today. May be the last warm morning for the rest of the semester, so she wore an Easter dress.
Zoe pedaled herself to school this morning, covering the 1.5 miles in about 20 minutes. She likes to coast.
Miss Sunshine likes the extra light in the morning, which helps the camera find her good side.
Zoe was sick on Friday and Monday was a teacher development day, so we were excited to be back today.
This was posted up in the hallway across from Zoe’s class, part of their Dia de los Muertos exercise. So sad.
Zoe poses with her tribute to Sasha the cat. Looking down the hall there was a heartbreaking collection of dead pets and grandparents in Zoe’s class.