Just when Eliza and I were getting all melancholy about not being on Saba, Peter sent us a few long lost photos to remind us of how much we enjoy Saba.
Searching for our wandering beach:
It's too windy:
Just us two:
Coloring in the lines:
Doing the Dinosaur March into Windwardside with her cousin Alma and Mama:
These past few weeks have been filled with school tours instead of days at the beach or listening to the tree frogs at night. I have seen a few schools that look like they would be a good fit for Eliza for next year when she leaves Gramercy, but most of them have very few spots available. One school had as little as 2 and one had as many as 36 spots. The school with the 36 openings has over 500 applications for those spots. I don't even think William and Mary had that high of a ratio of applicants to spots. This all just seems surreal for Kindergarten, and makes homeschooling Eliza to the sound of tree frogs and crashing waves look pretty attractive.