Sunday, June 22, 2014

We had a great day yesterday. My niece is graduating from high school, so my brother threw a party for her. We went to his house and swam in the pool and sat on lounge chairs. I also got to see his in-laws from Connecticut and North Carolina, including the newest baby who had a shiner! She was cute anyway. There was a delicious cake, part vanilla and part chocolate. My sister's boyfriend said mournfully, "I guess I missed my chance. There's nothing left but a little frosting."

This morning I took a walk to my high school, crossing the field as I used to do in the morning. It was no longer scattered with goose turds, but I did see some small rust-colored mushrooms. The high school has been entirely renovated and looks amazing. It had some labels above doors ("auditorium," "academic wing," "field house") which it did not in my day. The "academic wing" puzzled me - isn't the whole place filled with classrooms? But it was proof that time doesn't stand still, even in Danvers.

4 comments:

Rachel Federman said...

This is a great little piece.

Bearette said...

Thanks!

judy in ky said...

It sounds like a nice time. We came to Pennsylvania for a graduation party the same weekend!

Bearette said...

Yes, i saw that :) Big party weekend, I guess.