MZ HAZEL SITTING FOR HER FIVE MINUTES. SHE DOES NOT STAY SITTING VERY LONG AND SHE IS UP GOING AROUND THE ROOM TO EACH STUDENT.
ROSS STARTING ONE OF MARCEL'S PHOTOS. HE GOT A LOT DONE TODAY. I HOPE TO GET A PICTURE OF THE FINISHED PAINTING.
The two ladies sitting behind Carol are new to our family and the individual pictures I took were not good so I will try again next week. I must remember to hold the camera steady or did I have toooo much caffeine. Is there such a thing?
Our very upbeat and lively Darlene was back yesterday and it was the first time I had seen her this year. She loves to talk and thoroughly entertains us all with her tales.
Also, Nancy was there and she and I exchanged tales of our four legged loves. We are kindred sprits when it comes to loving our dogs.
Mz Hazel had more important things on her mind than our class but we tried to keep her busy and her mind occupied with our drivel instead of her son's health problems. He has the same kidney disease that took the life of his Dad and he was having his first dialysis. Eddie, her son, was born on the same day as I was only four years later, so he is only 54.
When I hear about such things, it put life in perspective in a rush.
The Kitty Justice is if you can find me in the mirror and the easel with my monkey.