Two Harry Potters
Three Justin Beibers (one crossed out)
A slice of cheese (with cheese misspelled)
Eighty million kitty cats
A herd of rainbow-colored puppies
A lot of bubble-faced smiling girls with bows on their heads
An octopus (this is mine)
Way too many floating eyeballs (One proudly proclaims "I see you")
A piece of toast
By the time I left work last night, there wasn't much open space left over. The most notable thing about all of this is how excited the kids get when they enter the room and see all the drawings. They can't wait to make their mark, add their character to the vast sea of faces. Then, in classes to come, they proudly point out their drawing to anyone who will listen.
No grand conclusion. Just that it's really inspiring to see how excited they get over the mere act of creation. A crayon and some white paper. It doesn't matter if they're 5 or 18. Everyone goes immediately for the crayons. I think there's hope for us.
45. Chime - Franny Billingsley