Terry finished pruning the mulberry tree.
The first graders made Valentines for me.
I read a book about school desegregation to the students.
Now I’m making 100 puppets for an upcoming story.
You are such a fine resource for these children, Delaine. I am constantly amazed at how just one person can make such a difference in another person’s life. And you continually remind me of this. 🙂
It’s nice to be an active volunteer.
sweet cards from the kids!
Happy Valentine’s Day to You!
Now that’s what I call a pruned tree. 100 puppets? Goodness!
100 puppets! Wow! Dedication, the children must adore you!
Good luck to that mulberry tree. Looks like something my dad would trim. My mothers reaction – well. I love the Ruby Bridges story.
The tree is pruned like this every year. If not, it produces mulberries.
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I LOVE those first grade Valentines. I’m going backwards so now I see what you meant by that pruning job. That’s pretty much how they prune some of the trees here in Hawaii. It always amazes me how they come back so healthy. We would never do that in the Midwest.
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