|A second grader's trees.|
First thing this morning, I just loved it when a little boy in cute glasses ran up to me in the cafeteria and hugged me. I guess he loves art! So cute and a very nice way to start my day.
I finished up the project I had done with many students while teaching my younger students. I helped direct their painting of their trees in their own style. We were running out of watercolor paints, and the students were fairly good about sharing what we had left. Having 25 in a classroom painting is quite a feat for any teacher:-) and constantly worrying about supplies running out is wearing on me.
I did receive a small gift this afternoon - someone gave me 3 watercolor sets after school. Whoever that was, thank you so much! That will help with our paintings tomorrow! Bless you.
|It tasted better than it looks:-)|
The ladies have continued to be consistent in cleaning everything from top to bottom including organizing our cabinets. We are hoping to become friends in time. One funny thing is they don't seem to know where to put the final bag of trash. It should be taken right outside, but they don't seem to get where to give that final, full bag the heave ho. I guess we'll share the good news about the local trash can.
I enjoyed looking out the apartment window after a great walk on the beach and a stop at a hnoot we just found as we returned from the beach walk. It was a walk-in hnoot , and we were able to find, coffee, fresh milk, mosquito killer stuff and much more. I think we are set for little grocery stores! After the shopping spree at the new hnoot , I took some final looks at our neighborhood across the street. Our neighbors must be cleaning their rugs! The boy with his donkey is making his final attempts at a sale of something or other...probably cactus fruit.
Everything is wrapping up in Moocco...except for the motorcycle drivers. They are just getting going!
As i head to bed, I remind myself of my scripture I am working on memorizing: