I remember disecting a worm in school years ago. Carmelo had to do that this week. It was in his science lesson. We looked and looked for worms that would be good, but only found skinny malnourished looking worms. How depressing.
Yes it was a very exciting day. After we did ours we looked on utube to try and find some videos for him to watch. Guess what every video we watched the people were wearing gloves. Carmelo thought I was such a bad teacher for not wearing gloves.
We all went down to the office with Lori to perform the dissection. She had some cool glasses that “Gran” (my mom) used to wear stitching up people. Great times that I hope the boys will never forget.
Some vetiver we replanted on a mountain side a few weeks ago. They have long deep roots that help hold the soil.
carrying rock to make a rock wall in a ravine
Last week we took Kelly, a child from the RC to a new home, I will post about that soon. We had to wait for our mechanic for several hours. Dad sleeping…
Henley and I making fun of dad when he almost fell out of the seat when he was sleeping
The boys have been collecting caterpillars. They are beginning to hatch.
First one to take flight flew on Carmelo’s shirt