"Hey-hey! That's not Kevin!" another boy urgently shouted pointing at a different bird.
The birds flocked again to yet another corner, and off the boys ran towards them again, shouting for the elusive Kevin. Then again, and again...Twenty minutes later we boarded the bus with remarkably clean hair!
Today is Phoebe's first rehearsal for her school play. She's got the second lead and is extremely excited. I'm really looking forward to seeing her perform.
Last week we had our first "Art of The Red River" show for the year! It went extremely well and we had some wonderful artists as guests. Children's book author/illustrator Rose Cooper joined us and shared some fascinating stories about her childhood as a mortician's step daughter. Then we had painter Aiden Cole join us for some great insight about being a creator during the 70's.
Progress on my sculpture "The Jelly Monster" is slow and steady. (Mostly because I only work on him during the weekends.)
Here he is with his eyes attached.
As you can see his face is taking shape. In the meantime I'm making slow progress on my children's book deadlines. (Though I'm getting tired of painting Santa Clause and his elves, thank god the other one's about dragons!!)