Holy moley scholars! You need a whole other section of the Pantone chart to match the sky today! It’s such a beautiful blue! Actually, that’s a great idea. What color would you say this is? Let’s keep the pantone challenge going.
And speaking of challenges – who out there has been working on the writing challenges? I’m adding a new one today, so you have many from which to choose. Send me your work so I can read it – and maybe we publish!
And speaking of publishing, scholars! Have you seen all the new work being published from the library? There’s so much I had t make a whole new section of the webpage. We have nonfiction research papers – including a brand new one all about the importance of sleep; we have fiction stories too. I’m hoping for a poem or two soon.
Hey, I’ve heard of another challenge going around, the “bear hunt.” Have you guys been following? People are putting bears in their windows and people have to go on a scavenger hunt around town (maintaining safe distances from other people of course) to find them. Well, as luck would have it, I’ve had a bear in my window ever since I moved to Brunswick! Scholars, meet Denver Bear. Denver bear is a replica of the big one at the Denver Convention Center. The original is so big I was able to walk under his legs without ducking. The one in Denver is peering in, mine is peering out to all of you, and he’s been with me ever since my summer working at the Denver Art Museum.
Take some time today to get out into the fresh, clean air and sun. Notice what’s happening around you. Do you hear birds? Are things coming up? Any plants in bloom? What does the air feel like? Take some notes. Make some observations.