The 100th Day of school is celebrated by students in many different ways. They will count. They will have parties.
This past week, I was walking through the first grade hallway decorated with the student statements of what will happen to each of them when they turn 100. They had carefully “aged” their portraits by wrinkling the paper. What they anticipate will happen to them at age 100 is, in a word, hilarious!
I will sleep all day.
I will live in a nursing home in Orlando.
I will have glasses.
My husband will get the food.
I will have white hair and I will live in a white house.
I will not be pretty anymore.