Giddy Up Ann
This is Ann with MF in 2nd grade. Yes, she is retired now but that hasn’t stopped her from coming to many events for Mary Frances this year. She made it to her volleyball senior night. See link below:
Here is a photo of that village that is still around supporting MF.
She was at her recent signing to Rhodes College to play volleyball.
This photo was taken during January of Mary Frances’ 2nd grade. Santa bought her Roy for Christmas. You see Ann and MF share the same love for lots of things and dogs and horses are 2 of them. We will never forget Ann dropping off a Christmas goody for MF that had a welcome to your new home puppy theme going on. Seriously, Ann you have made such an impact on our family. I am blessed and honored not only to call you my daughter’s teacher but “family”.
Look at her doing what she does best! TEACHING
You my friend are just the
They were fired. You can glaze them or use acrylics and spray a light coat of polyurethane on them. I am just in love with the way this tree has turned out!
In 1942 Alexander Calder was asked by a nurse friend to make some things to cheer up wounded soldiers convalescing in a Staten Island military hospital. One of those things: this awesome Christmas tree, cut from a tin can.(http://daddytypes.com/2014/12/25/alexander_calder_christmas_trees.php)