“Is it Real? Or, is it Miss Clairall?”
Looks like a Morrowind Cliff Racer.
After 40 years or so of teaching Second Grade she has learned a few things, especially when she has had Frazz and similar people for students.
He might now go for the crusty bun however. I seem to recall that he was more of a sliced bread man.
Well, way back when I got directed into Shop Classes a guy taking Home Economics was not allowed, just as girls taking Shop Classes was not allowed. They were allowed in Mechanical Drawing (better known as Drafting) and Graphic Arts (Print Shop) however. I lucked out in that Mom was State Certified at the Secondary Level as a Home Economics Teacher. So I got “Private Lessons” in various Basic Level Cooking Skills and Arts, along with budgeting, financial planning, and “How and Why not to Mess with Your Mother”. And during my HS years a tutor in Organic Chemistry and Biology. The only real benefit to me from the Shop Classes was that I learned that I could design the projects and do the drawings, but had better leave the actual building and use of hand tools to someone else. Plus I had free access to all of her and Dad’s College texts.
Well I still have both super8 movies and a super8 movie camera. No projector though.
Jay seems to be even more talented than I thought. Most people take two to run a cat’s cradle.
I don’t about that. When it comes to cats Lamark might have had the right idea. We started with one and over a period of 5 years wound up with 42. Enough that I could do a genetic analysis for my HS Stat class.
Rose, Raising your voice unto the heavens will not get The Lord to provide in this case. Better results might be had by checking in with your son Andy.
Never heard it expressed like that before. Ivy and Sumac, correct?