It's quite an adventure to take 27 children on public transportation. Luckily, all of our citizens were very friendly to the kids, giving up their seats and letting them go first. Good job, Boston transit riders! Way to set an example for our kids.
When we arrived on the Greenway, we had lunch brought from home. Lucy and I enjoyed her favorite sandwich, peanut butter and jelly, and an apple. Brownies baked by Bryan's coworker's wife made an excellent dessert.
After lunch, the kids played on the grass and got ready for their expedition across the street to the farmers' market.
Lu and 3 of her classmates were assigned to get celery from the market.
We couldn't find it, so we came back with some rainbow-colored swiss chard. I went back to the market for some swiss chard for dinner, and found some celery hiding under the leeks. More veggies for soup!
All 27 kindergarteners and several tired parents and teachers returned to the school. The kindergarten classes will make fruit salad and soup tomorrow. We had our swiss chard for dinner, delicious!