This building is what we refer to as "The Mossy Shack." It's pretty obvious it has moss growing all over the roof, hence the name. Inside, well... let's just say when you open the door you don't have a whole lot of room to walk. It's jammed with all kinds of stuff. I'm sure the building has been around since the original owners first staked claim but don't you think it's weathered well, other than the roof? Some day I may venture in there because I'm just a curious kind of gal ;)
One reason I'm posting this certain picture is because I'd like to know if everyone can see the whole frame? I'm pushing the size of my pictures and although I can see the whole thing I'm not sure if my readers can. I'd have my Mom test it but right now she's up in Sicamous with her sister and no computer. Lord I don't think I could handle that!
My brother Frank is visiting, he drove Mom up to Sicamous and then headed over here. If you're not sure how to pronounce Sicamous it's "sick a moose," I know, one of those weird Canadian names we have up here :)
An update on the school incident. I spoke with Jevan's teacher on Friday and she told me that the meeting with the child and mom went well. The outcome is that the child be separated from Jevan. She has been moved from his table, they are not allowed to interact in the classroom, no contact on the playground, etc. I wasn't prepared when I spoke on the phone but now that I've had time to think about it I disagree with all of this. I don't think this is a way to solve the problem. If anything they should have been made to do stuff together, work together, and play together, under supervision of course.
How is this little girl ever going to work things out if she isn't allowed to interact and is simply separated? I told Hubby that unless one of us move these two will graduate together and be in every class together 'til then. The other thing is it seems as if Jevan is being punished as well and he did nothing wrong, he wasn't even there. He will have a rough time with this because he won't understand why he can't play with someone. He would never hold a grudge against anyone, I don't think he even knows what that means :) When I asked him about the girl after school on Friday all he said was "Name is being nice to me." (Not sure where as they aren't supposed to be together, I'm assuming the bus?) I know it will be difficult for Jevan to stay away from her, mainly because he doesn't understand that there is anything wrong. How do I tell a 5 year old that this girl accused him of attacking her and giving her a black eye, but that she lied and made the whole thing up and then was caught in the lie? You don't, simply put you don't. Darn like gets difficult doesn't it? :)