Saturday, May 14, 2011

At Greek Class

Conrad casts a surreptitious glance over his shoulder hoping to spot the fateful "translation list."

Is he on it? Will he be called upon?

And here we have the fateful Kleenex box into which must go our homework reports.

Did we do it all? Are our assignments complete?

Lay it out theoretically on the top of a briefcase and Greek makes perfect sense.

Or does it?

Best wishes to Joshua in learning to drive.

(Mr. Phero forgot how to spell student.)

He looks innocent, studious, and irreproachable.

So do they all.

But they aren't. They have started a war!

The War of the Tractors

Why would anyone promote John Deere?

Conrad attempts to answer that question.

He must have been convincing: Luke came to the next class in a Kubota shirt.

2 comments:

SarahLee said...

Wonderful pictures! This is really funny for us because my brothers often "debate" the wonders of each tractor "brand." They just brought home a Farmall, but we have a Deere and Kubota as well (and Ford and a Case - I think they are collecting them all!). Blessings!

Abigail said...

Ah, Greek class with its ups and downs, joys and tensions. ;-)