Tuesday, September 9, 2008

First Day of Co-Op

3-5 graders reading "Henry Huggins" outside.
K-2 graders reading "The Relatives Came" as they could see the beautiful desert rain.

As we drove to our first day of co-op, Alex confided that she had prayed for rain. She loves it when it rains out here in the desert, far from the smelly city I guess. But the mountains and clouds were just gorgeous. It did rain, and was cloudy most of the day. What a treat!


Susan G said...

What a fun day!! I"m so glad we are all there with you!!!!!

Sean's Ladies said...

I loved seeing you. You are a ray of sunshine. So excited for you!! Seems like it's going to be a great year!!!

Audra Krell said...

Just another day of enjoying all your wonderful pictures. Oh and the joy of remembering Henry Huggins! Looks like you're off to a great year.

Tanya said...

wow, what gorgous country you live in. Are those cacti for real? I lived in NewMexico for a year, but dont' remember the desert like that! Glad you enjoyed co-op.

Audra Krell said...

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~Kim said...

Your co-op sounds wonderful and that picture of the desert is making me homesick for Arizona!

Meanwhile,here in the midwest, our co-op starts tomorrow. It is a blessing, too, and the kids love it. I am teaching art to K~3rd graders this year.

Have a great year! :-)