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g r i f f i n        c a m e    h o m e       w i t h    i n s t r u c t i o n s      t o      d r e s s       a n d      

p a c k     a       l u n c h       a s      i f    h e    w e r e     a      n i n e t e e n t h        c e n t u r y        

s t u d e n t      f o r       a        f i e l d     t r i p      h e     w a s     d o i n g      t o      a n     o l d

s c h o o l      h o u s e   .      h i s       t e a c h e r      a d d e d      t h a t     w e      s h o u l d n ' t    

t a k e      i t      t o o       s e r i o u s l y      b u t      c l e a r l y      h a d     n o    i d e a      w h o

 s h e    w a s      t a l k i n g    t o   .       f or    t w o    d a y s  ,     w e     w e r e     o b s e s s e d  .

t h e       o u t f i t         h a d       s e v e r a l       d r y       r u n s    ,      w e       f o u n d        t h e    

p e r f e c t     b a s k e t     ,    b a k e d      o a t m e a l     c o o k i e s     a n d      h a r d    b o i l e d

e g g s    .     (   i     j u s t     w  i s h      w e    c o u l d     s t e p      b a c k    i n     t i m e     m o r e    

o f t e n  .  .  .   )


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My daughter visited the Century Schoolhouse in the east end last year - same drill with outfit & packed lunch. It was the highlight of her entire school year.

This is really a great post. Your boys are so luck with such a mother. You are an inspiration.

and i wish we could hop onto your bandwagon too!

All 3 of my kids got to have that experience. Maybe, it was in the same school house in my neck of the woods, in less there are more in Toronto. If there are I would like to visit them :)

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