I watch through the pane and realize his concentration and focus his scraped knuckles and the acceptable redness left behind by the pavement as he adjusts his seating and his pocket knife for optimal whittling position. I realize my supervision is changing and becoming slightly less required.
It’s been one heck of a week. Twenty-six students successfully completed Swim Safety, and now I’m preparing to settle down with forty rowdy Girl Scouts!! It’s crazy. It’s busy. It’s all I can do to post before turning in.
Looks of excitement, anticipation, and utter exhaustion greeted me this morning. Springing forward an hour, the return of snow to our previously spring-like ground, and the first day of Swim Safety made for quite a Monday, indeed. The glistening flakes lingered as their eyes searched the classroom for anything familiar. We ventured out and they […]