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A hundreds of plants to go
Wed Sep 27, 2017 04:44

Clubs are set up and run by the students. This sentence made Parker think of all the things that interested him and what kind of club he would make.

“Well it sounds like your dad’s a great guy,” Parker responded after she briefly talk about her mother. He never knew how to respond to friends who didn't have a parent in their life, so he had begun to try to focus on the parent most in the picture. Parker decided this might be a good course of action as she was starting a club based off a father-daughter activity, and especially because she seemed to not want to talk about her mother much. Parker hadn’t wanted to talk much about his brother, so it seemed like a fair trade.

When she mentioned she lived in Colorado Parker’s ears perked up. “Colorado? In the mountains or flatter area?” he asked a bit too excitedly. “I’ve heard Colorado is beautiful and seen it on TV, but I’d love to hear more about it.”

Parker had been told about Colorado from both his parents, and always thought of it as similar to where he lived in Nevada, but cooler, and more fun.

Parker nodded to Cleo’s comment about more accurate than pretty, and followed Cleo’s lead and began to draw the flower that he saw. Pointed petals, clusters of three. Black steam. He looked in to see what the inside parts of the flower might look like.

“It kind of looks like a daisy in the center there. I wonder if those turn into seeds…” Parker trailed off continuing to draw as best he could what he was seeing. He even tried to add a bit of dirt at the bottom of the stem going into the ground then stopped.

“We don’t need to draw the roots as well do we? I don’t remember any instructions about them, but you have more experience with how the teachers might want it done," he paused a bit and then added slowly, "Or we could try to find the next white flower on our list."

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