Small Town Coroner
Class is back in session here in town and Sarah is busy getting to know all her new students. She's already finding a few favorites.
Mike is the most curious of them all asking so many questions that Sarah's head is spinning. She stayed up laughing until we crawled in to bed that night. Sarah is so alive even more so when she is teaching.
Mary is the quietest in the new class. Sarah say she is the smartest too. She has blonde hair and blue eyes with her hair up in a blue ribbon pony tail. Mary wears glasses and sits in the front row. You should have seen Sarah talk about her.
School makes Sarah very, very happy. She is busy at work in the study preparing next weeks lessons.
I on the other hand do not have a very lively job. A few of our older population have gone on to be with the lord. One natural causes, another heart attack while working out in the garden and I'm still trying to figure out the third. With all this heat I'm sure more will be coming. It's not something I can predict but when the weather is one extreme or another my work load increases.
Midnight is still the happiest dog in the world with us home every evening. I've never heard a dog bark because he's so happy but he does all the time. His feet sound like someone tap dancing on our kitchen tile every time we walk in the door.
Tonight we are heading over to see Annie and Arnie at the diner. It should be a very nice night of catching up. Checking my watch it looks like it's time to go. Another night in the books.
Entry 38 (2010-08-18) — Copyright ©2001-2019 Richard Shane Reinert.