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Great solution, great story. You were very clever.
At 08:13 PM 5/23/00 EDT, you wrote:
>Dear Art People
>I must share this with you. I have three studio art classes that have been
>working on "screamers" since what feels like the begin of time! They are
>finally complete! WE have had to store them in an unused locker room as
>there are 65 of them! Well, some "darling" turned of the shower a
>soaked Matt's monster. He came into my room carrying it like a wounded
>child. He said it's ruined Mrs. Bradley. My heart almost broke. 16 weeks
>of work, literally down the drain:( he was heart broken. He said what am I
>going to do. I said we are going to put it out of it's misery! (Matt's in
>12th grade) I told him to go get his car and drive it around by my windows.
>I laid the monster down and told him to flatten him! I wish you could've
>seen the look on his face. He felt redeemed! And the monster, well, flat
>a pancake and currently hanging on the wall outside our door. He's the
>monster the kids talk about most! He will still be in the fine arts
>on Thursday, in all his glory. I photographed the whole thing. I'm going
>blow up the picture for Matt's graduation!
>Our Screamers will make their debut on Thursday night. The band instructor
>has loaned me his risers and they will take to the stage. I hope to get all
>of this on our website very soon.
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