|sunflowers in the corner are Mary's salute to the recent Van Gogh exhibit ...|
I know now that I should go north to the bike path and then along it to the red light.
The walk there and back is just over an hour. When Mary walks with me we take different routes, either down Broad or along Front Street, places I learned about when I was here last year and was walking in the community.
The kids did crafts in the morning, waiting in the pyjamas until it was time to get dressed in their Sunday Clothes.
|... a box full of beads for making necklaces ...|
I was telling Mary about a human contortionist I saw on one of the cruises.
Actually, I was at a game show in the evening, and the audience had been divided into groups and were pitting their skills against each other.
At one point each group was to send up someone who could do something unusual with their body.
|... guess the animal tracks ...|
There was not a soul in the audience who was not drop-jawed over this feet.
Mary said, “You know, my friend Kirsta could put her whole fist into her mouth. I thought that was a good trick.”
|"Our Aunty Michelle can do this as well."|
When Rhiannon took her fist out of her mouth she began to whimper, and when Mary asked what the problem was, Rhiannon said, “I think one of my teeth bit my hand.”
She was right.
Still, a very good trick.