Meanwhile, Outside the Quarantine Zone…

Now that I have my Official Flu Diagnosis, I’m on the disabled list until at least Monday, and am basically confined to the lower portion of the Mid-Century Mondohaus. On the rare occasions that I venture up the stairs, the reaction I get is something like this:

And that’s just from Mrs. M.

Still, I have my electronic windows on the world, and via the Book of Faces, I learned about some goings on in El Paso that put a smile on my face. It’s College Week at Milam Elementary School, and Ms. Rose Baquera’s third-grade class has adopted… well, let’s have a look:

Baquera Door

The classroom door

Baquera Wall

Welcome to Newberry West!

Baquera Kids

Potential members of the class of 2031?

Baquera howl

Practicing their “Wolf Howl” and hand signal.

It turns out that Ms. Baquera’s niece, Cydney Shaw, is a senior nursing major here in Mondoville. However the word gets out, though, I’m happy about it, and extend my own thanks to Ms. B and the kids. And if any of you want to learn about Samuel Johnson one of these days, I should still be on the job.

Assuming Mrs. M will unlock the door.

About profmondo

Dad, husband, mostly free individual, medievalist, writer, and drummer. "Gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche."
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