GBE 2 – Blog on: Week 94 Writing Prompt: School Picture
Arranged in alphabetical rows, we learned cursive and long division, discovered that boys were smelly and girls could be fickle. Just beginning to glimpse the world beyond playground boundaries, we were innocent and carefree, soaking up history, science and life like kitchen sponges.
While Walter Cronkite spoke of Watergate, I perfected my advanced levels of jacks—Around the World and Pigs in the Pen.
During harvest, a cotton trailer became my playground.
During harvest, I began counting down to Christmas.