My son's 2nd grade class read the book "Flat Stanley" and made themselves flat. We chose to send "Flat Adin" to a special family I worked with many years ago at Luther Park in Danbury. They have a son Adin's age and a 4 yr old daughter. I think the world of this family and hope to someday see them all again in person. Anyway.... Adin went on his journey to the Green Family and now "Flat Adin" returned this morning with his new friend "Flat Jeremiah". So as an easy way to let his family and friends know about his visit here to Northern Wisconsin (where the snow just doesn't seem to want to leave this year) I am letting "Jeremiah" post on my blog.
Here you go "Jeremiah," it is all yours.
Hello family and friends back home, Jeremiah here. I have arrived here in Danbury/Webster Wisconsin, U.S.A. safely and a bit chilly. Adin's mum, Anna is right, the snow doesn't want to leave. We are supposed to get anywhere from 4-12 inches (10.16-30.48 cm) of snow tonight and tomorrow. That is crazy. Here are a couple of pictures of me when I first got here.
Here I am with Adin and his twin sisters Elle & Lizzy who are 6 years old.
After we got ready for school, Anna drove us to school so she could take some pictures and this afternoon I got to ride the bus home with Adin, Elle and Lizzy. Very fun.
Here I am sitting in Adin's desk in the class room. Adin is in 2nd grad just like I am.
This is Adin's class and his teacher Mr. Salquist after the morning announcements and the Pledge of Allegiance was said.
Here we are playing on the play yard equipment together. Adin's teach Mr. Salquist lent me his jacket. It was pretty cold. It is supposed to be spring here, but I'm not too sure about that.
That is it for now, but we have lots more posts ahead to check it out every once in a while to see what I am up to.