Life and writing, serious and humorous, old and young, past and present: it's all part of the fabric.
Lucky students. I like that tall student up there on the left!
Love the combination of you and those students! Miss Rumphius, in Maine author Barbara Cooney's book planted lupines "to make the world a more beautiful place." And you plant seeds of learning, creativity, imagination, language, & friendship. Some of those Camden students must have been mighty proud!
Schools are exciting buildings and faces like this just suck you in.so much depends... on a fine mentor, giving time.Nice.
This poem is perfect for imitation, isn't it? The schools are so fortunate to have you nearby and willing to spend time there.
Look at those faces. There are many hams in the front row of photo #1, energy coming to the surface.Interesting patterns noted in the photos (imagination gone awry). A butterfly has spread its wings in the first photo and it looks like Ms. Creech. Waves of children and an author fill the frame of the second photo.
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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