October Schoolwork

Here’s another update from the schoolwork files of Alpha:

Columbus

a child's drawing of Columbus' voyage

I guess that Columbus Day holiday is good for something. Alpha seems to have learned the major points about Columbus’ voyage – asking the queen for two ships, that he had crosses on the sails, etc.

Raccoons

a child's drawing of troublesome raccoons

He knows the truth about raccoons. They are not cute and fun. They are pests. And what do they do? They eat garbage. Or “garbeg” if you’re still learning how to spell, which Alpha is.

All who handle the oar, The sailors and all the pilots of the sea Will come down from their ships; They will stand on the land,

Ezekiel 27:29

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One Response to “October Schoolwork”

  1. Ricky Anderson Says:

    It’s been a long day at work. Man, I’m tried too.

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