January 6, 2007


Several of our ‘fans’ haven’t seen where I work, so here’s a little glimpse.  In a preschool room, you have different ‘centers’ – blocks, painting, books, writing, science, and housekeeping.  Here is our housekeeping area.  My dad helped build the kitchen, which is the most durable thing you’ll ever see, complete with a real sink (though it doesn’t really have water).  It’s o.k. that I’m showing you these children, since their heads are turned away. If they were facing the camera, there are several forms that they, their parents, you, me, and my lawyers would have to fill out.

Little House on the Plain Prarie

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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4 Responses to “Housekeeping”

  1. Beth Said on:

    So, if your Dad helped build the kitchen…then it’s not a prototype and one could be assembled, say, for a cute little red-haired singing girl who calls you Hawmer?


  2. Annette Said on:

    But does she dance?


  3. Lauren Said on:

    She does have a rockin’ one-armed thing going on when she gets down. I’ll have to get a good copy of it on tape before she leaves that behind for new moves.


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