Sunday, April 29, 2007
Since I'm the one who picks my granddaughter up from preschool, the three mornings she attends, I am the one who gets first pickings at her creations. NOTHING goes in the garbage unless it's a glittered design that fell off the glue or crumpled construction paper that won't unfold. The works of art that she wants to display, including those she's made right here in the playroom, spend some quality time on the bulletin board. We usually change the selections about twice a month. Of course, we are always adding to it. The month of May will begin with seven yellow frogs, a purple iguana, a bird house, a kite, a bubble paint picture, bird binoculars (two toilet paper rolls fastened together) and very special picture of Nana standing among the flowers and trees of beautiful Spring.