It’s Friday – hope you’re feeling great and having fun

goldfinch in the sun What have you been doing?  Isn’t it exciting to see the sun!

I’ve been for walks in Northwood Meadows.  I saw these and thought of our walks with Mr. Caron down the nature trail.oak galls




I’ve been working in our garden.  Right now all we have are greens – but they are yummy.  Soon there will be other vegetables too.cabbages in July

I visited the Fantasy: Imagine exhibit at the League of N.H. Craftsman gallery in Concord.  It is a small display with many different types of art.  The first piece you see is a carved toy of flying elephants.  It was created by Art Anderson.  There are masks and paintings and sculptures and even furniture.  One artist paints on silk and another made shimmering faces in clay.  One of my favorites were the figures carved by Laury Nichols.  I love their happy expressions and how some of the figures have acorn caps for hats.

art anderson piece

healthy hikerWhat are you creating?  How are you having fun?


2 thoughts on “It’s Friday – hope you’re feeling great and having fun

  1. Hi Mrs. Eaves!
    Summer has been great so far. Thank you so much for the Lynx card and the Lynx Expedition Guide to Society 3E. It was awesome.
    I have gone to the NHSPCA camp and I’m in an Engineering camp this week. I am also doing the public library book club with Calvin. We are reading The Honest Truth. It is really good. Have you read it?
    I have taught myself how to use a ripstick. It’s really hard but I worked every day on it. I am teaching my fiend Jordan Bezio how to do it. I am also helping my dad build a back deck.
    Talk to soon and have fun!

    • Did you just notice a funny noise? That was me yelling and being so psyched that you had left a message. HI! It sounds like your are doing some great things this summer. I’ve not read The Honest Truth, but I’ve read great reviews. Now that I know you recommend it too, I will make sure to read it soon. What is a ripstick? (Do you know that autocorrect on the computer turns it to “lipstick” – sort of funny). It seems like that is one of the things you are going to learn this summer. Sharing it with a friend – say “hi” to Jordan for me please – is a great way figure new things out.

      What are you learning at engineering camp? Anything that fits with the building and engineering that you are doing for the deck?
      Say hi to everyone for me. Thanks for making my day!
      Mrs. Eaves

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