This is THE pump that Anne Sullivan used to teach Helen Keller the mystery of language. W-A-T-E-R. What remarkable women they both were. Helen was incredible for never letting her blindness nor deafness hold back her genius and warm spirit. And Anne was the epitome of perseverance. She deserves a Teacher of the Century award.
We performed at a school today that had a lion for a mascot. Real lions that we got to meet. Roar!
Mar. 12-17 Lately we’ve rediscovered Geocaching. One of the best things about this sleuthing activity is that it sometimes leads you to discover things you might not have known about otherwise. Recently in Tallahassee our quest for a cache caused us to stumble onto the site where explorer Hernando de Soto camped during the winter
Our stay in Mobile ended just as it began—with a fruitless trip to the post office. The mail was not there again, even though it had had 9 delivery days to arrive from California. We were going to stick around for another night and try it once more, but we called our mail service and
This is Mardi Gras and we’re in town to witness it. No, not New Orleans, but Mobile, Alabama. Yes, this city has a strong Mardi Gras tradition of its own, as we discovered a few years ago when we stumbled upon it quite by accident. We wrote about it in our blog, and mentioned how