Tales of a Pre-schooler
"Hurry up, Kent, you don't want to be late for your first day of school," mom called as I was eating
my blueberry muffin. I picked up my muffin and bag and headed toward her voice in the hall. I sure didn't
want to miss any of my first day at "Hair-gee House," or Heritage House, as the adults called it.
"Hair-gee House" was a former residence that was converted into a preschool and Kindergarten for
3, 4,and 5 year olds. The building, which seemed immense to me at the time, was white with a large porch.
The side play yard was huge with play equipment of all types and great oak trees th…
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