It begins like all others with yawns and spills of milk over breakfast cereal, we have NO idea what is to come of this day. In the beginning of the day after math we split up into two occupation groups: Andy (‘s) (trails, and other signage) and Donna (’s) (fiber arts). Donna’s group went into the basement on possibly the worst sewing day in the world for most of us! The plan was to make hats for the kitchen, but it soon became “trying to undo the string you just sewed into the hat wrong.” In the end though, it all worked out with five new hats and some “not so” angry teenagers. After the occupations and lunch we had a microeconomy work period. When it first started we worked out who was working when and where for the craft fair while simultaneously cracking of kernels of corn for land school popcorn. After that, Raven and Nutria went into the kitchen for what was soon to come a series of burns and drip candles, while Claire and I (Sam) started up on our first of many batches of dog treats. By the end of the day though every group had nice new crafts ready for the fair with more soon to come!
Homework “trucks” on now with the sound of pencils on paper with the occasional sneezes or cough. The day of so many things is coming to an end the thought of tomorrow creeps in.