This blog is to chronicle our family's history as it happens!
"And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street"
There is this great Dr. Seuess book about a boy who walks to school everyday down Mulberry Street. All he ever encounters are normal things and he wants to see extraordinary things so he can have a good story for his dad when he gets home. So the book is made up of this boy's imaginative exaggeration of the normal. Great things that all build upon each other to end with a grand parade. The boy finally realizes all the exaggeration is too unbelievable and decides to just tell his dad what he really saw on the way home-the normal, everyday stuff. That's what we are sharing in this blog, so we thought Mulberry Street a fitting name. We sometimes feel no one wants to hear about our everyday lives, but hopefully you do. Enjoy!
I am a kindergarten teacher and at eastwood, where my husband, David, also teaches upper school Latin. We also direct the annual Spring Musical at Eastwood. We are busy to say the least, but have a lot of fun!