First Exchange

Old man from Andersen’s story is going to make a series of exchanges when going to the fair, and each of them makes him poorer. This is the first exchange: a horse for a cow. I’m trying to do simultaneously two tasks – this story and the one about Christmas trees – and to take care of our poor dog, too.ย  She’s ill and we aren’t sure what exactly the problem is. Hopefully tomorrow we are told. Great news of the week is that our elder son has got his master degree on September 30th and he’s starting a PhD studies now, but at the moment Chris’s success is overshadowed by Lori’s sore belly.

First Exchange

3 thoughts on “First Exchange

  1. Congratulations for your Son on gaining his Master You must be so proud. My Daughter is half way through doing her PhD at the moment. I do hope there is nothing too seriously wrong with your Dog too. I really like both sets of illustrations you are working on at the moment ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. With dog it was quite serious, but surgery was done and now she’s much better. Thanks for support. Best wishes to your girl, I hope she loves her studies just like our Chris does. He’s a typical brainer, math is his destiny, God save us if he ever tries to do something practical; he’s likely to blow the house up. But of course we are very proud with him ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. I am pleased your dog is now on the mend. I know what you mean about the typical brainer, our daughter is just the same, she absolutely loves her work in planetary seismology she studies ”Marsquakes”. whilst our son is studying for a degree on his violin, we too are very proud of them. I think is is so nice they are able to pursue their passions, as is your son, Chris. The very best of luck for his future ๐Ÿ™‚

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