Every once in a great while, I am rewarded for my choice of undergraduate degree. During my senior year, after slaving away at a double major in art and psychology, I was told to choose my degree: Bachelor of Science in Studio Art, or Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. A BS in Art was too ironic to pass up. No regrets. Really.
The librarian at the school for which I coordinate the volunteer tutoring program asked if I knew anyone who could help her with a feltboard story she wanted to use this coming spring (it is coming, right? pesky weather!), and after failing to pass the job along to someone else, I took it upon myself. The story is about a lazy Easter bunny who sleeps when he should have been looking for eggs. When he finally gets around to it, the egg store is out of eggs, and so he visits a barn and asks for help from a chicken, a duck and a turkey. They freely give him all they’ve got. The librarian thought it would be fun to add a snake, an alligator and a sea turtle to the story… Yeah, right. Fun! Although what the sea turtle is doing in the barn with an alligator, I do not know! Probably best to not think too deeply about these things, yes?
***Warning! Objects in feltboard story may not be drawn to scale! Ok, they just aren’t. I mean, look at the size of those turtle eggs and the mama turtle! Ouch!***
Also, everything I’ve done for this little project may completely suck. I’ve lost all perspective.
Also, too? Happy St. Valentine’s day!