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yes and no.” She raised her eyebrows in silent question. “She was calling to tell me that a friend had died.” My eyes were drawn back to the notepad and my hastily scrawled note. Sensing that I was lost in thought, and knowing she could ask me about it later, my wife quietly shut the door and left me to myself.
But perhaps not so many, the memories were so fresh and clear.
When they told us that the camp was a “family camp,” and that there would be other kids our age, that seemed to cinch it for Erin.
She was two and a half years younger than me, and hadn’t entered puberty yet.
If we decided to go, we were supposed to tell our friends from school that we were going to spend the summer at “Aunt Susan’s.” She wasn’t our real aunt, of course, but it was a useful fiction.
Our parents were fairly open with both of us, and we talked about the trip before we made a final decision.
My father was a pilot for an air charter company, and my mother was what would now be called a stay-at-home Mom.
” “I asked who was on the phone,” she said again, indulgently. You didn’t talk long.” “No.” Seeing the expression on my face, my wife grew concerned. ” Looking up at her, I drew myself back to the present, shaking my head again to clear my thoughts. My story really begins when I was twelve and my family lived in Savannah, Georgia.
The Museum's studio facilities are state-of-the-art, including drawing, painting, photography, ceramics, and jewelry-making.So she pointed out to me that there would be other boys my age there. ” “Well, you can meet other kids your age and make new friends.” “I don’t want any new friends my age,” I said sullenly. I may have been a petulant twelve-year-old, embarrassed by my changing body and being a little on the chubby side, but I wasn’t stupid. And at age twelve, I had discovered that girls weren’t as bad as I’d thought only a year before.My younger sister got on my nerves often enough, but older girls…Now, older girls had boobs, and pubic hair, and other things that I knew I liked. You’ll see.” I’d like to say that my life changed dramatically during the summer of 1975, but the truth is much more mundane.But even at twelve, I knew I couldn’t cave in as quickly as I wanted; at least, not without looking like an idiot. “Yeah, I guess,” I said in my best faux-sullen voice. The experience opened my eyes quite a bit, and set me on the road to a monumental series of events, but in the summer of 1975 those events were still in my future.
As we attempt to serve the broadest possible public and keep class fees competitive, as with many other community art schools, tuition fees unfortunately do not cover the full expenses of the Museum Art School in offering courses and workshops.