This is my son’s artwork accompanying a story about what he did this summer. We had so many fun adventures: two trips to Sauble Beach, a week at Grandma’s, long geocaching hikes, and boating/tubing/off-roading with his uncle.
But his what-I-did-this-summer story was about the bat in our bedroom and how we all had to get rabies vaccinations. I guess I am not surprised. It was a shocking experience.
Still, it was a bit of a standout on the classroom board next to pretty pictures of his classmate’s summer vacations.
I Don’t Think He Understands What I Do
Sunday Morning Chill-Out
Shaving lessons down the hallway, deep discussions of tsunamis in here. Life is mighty fine.
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Making the most of the last days of summer.