Then they were kind enough to pose in front of the expedition for us.
By the way, they moved our stop without telling us. See the intersection in the very back of this photo? That's where the bus driver expects to pick up the kids now. There's no other kids catching the bus there and the bus driver has to pass our old stop any way but that's what his paperwork says.
I think I will mutiny myself and stay right where the bus has been picking the kids up for years. Besides, look at those extra kids in tow. Notice that neither one of them are wearing shoes and boy 2 is still in his spiderman pajamas and he's got a stick and he's not afraid to use it? I think it's best to stick to the status quo. Don't you?
Oh and by the way, we got a piano. It has been sitting in our friends carport for the last 2-3 years so it's needs tuning and some TLC but it was free. The kids have been wanting a piano for a while.
post? I thought we would be able to put the piano in a corner and have time to figure out the perfect spot for it but it turns out that pianos are heavy. It took 4 men to move it. So, we had to decide on a spot quickly. Everyone agreed that we should move the small couch and put it on that wall. Have I mentioned I really love that small couch? The yellow slipcover with all it's patchwork makes me smile. It also helps to tie the diningroom and livingroom together and not to mention the extra seating.
So, after the kids left for school and we had finished our first preschool lesson with John and Meredith, I decided to move that piano to the other wall. The good news is I think it looks much better on the adjacent wall. The bad news is every muscle in my body aches but it was worth it.
As you can see from the photos the scale is all off and the dark piano does not go with the yellow sofa so, I decided to paint the piano.
which looks much better in person. Not bad for my first back to school house project. What about you? Got any back to school house projects planned?