I’m glad Red is buried behind the Pole Barn in the pasture, I say good morning to him every morning, I don’t say much. He and I were kind of beyond words. It’s a good spot for him, I feel he is close.
A good day yesterday, Ann, a member of the Army Of Good and a prized letter writer, is donating $1,000 to Bishop Maginn for a keyboard that Judi Merriam, the new choir director, can use to teach the choir. She even has an accompaniest working for free.
Thanks, Ann. The choir will sing out the song of this special school.
The next project is a Wish List to beef up security for the school, sadly, refugees students are seen to need protection from their fellow citizens. They need some ladders and emergency kids, details to come.
I’m meeting with a young public school valedictorian who needs to go to Bishop Maginn. His family has no money for tuition, we’ll see if we can help.
I’m buying some artboards and easels for Sue Silverstein and her art class and bringing books to the Silverstein Art Brigade. I’ll be in touch.