Summer school began today. I’ve had two days of hard work setting up my classroom and helping my teammates set up theirs’. We were ready today when the kids came. I’d forgotten what cute, sweet kids kindergartners are. I got my classroom training wheels out and I think I did pretty good considering I’ve been out of the classroom for two years. I’m team teaching with a gal who has taught third grade and will now teach first in the fall. It was fun to see her learning and growing as a teacher. She will be ready for the fall.
We have an unusual arrival on our farm. My dad’s dairy cows are black and white Holsteins. We’ve always had black and white cows, I don’t remember ever seeing another type on the place. Last week this little guy was born.
A “red” and white Holstein! He caused quite the excitement around the place. Dad says it’s just a recessive gene trait that pops up from time to time, although we haven’t had one on our farm in many years.
So this little guy doesn’t look like his mom or dad.
I had to wonder…..was it a donor egg?