Teeheehee, this is, believe it or not, Ann dancing for the students in her wooden shoes. I laughed so hard I had to sneeze and I almost fell off the table. I'm on a table when we are at schools so I can keep an eye on the students in the back row, and I can't vacuum the floor for left-over bits of food. (One of my favorite activities.) The Evergreen students liked Ann's dancing a lot though, I think. They liked the Dutch street organ music too, and the little Dutch girl dancing on the screen. Humans! Sometimes I think they are quite strange. Not at all like dogs. A teacher at Evergreen School took this picture. We had a nice stay with Karen and Brian. It sure was nice of them to share their house and meals with us.
If you spent a day shadowing me the way I shadowed ten kids for my latest book "Kids Who Grow Their Own Food" you would find me walking my new puppy, playing with my cat, puttering in the garden and harvesting some food for the day, going for a hike with friends and finishing the day by reading a good book.