Fall has fallen on the ancien walls of our school, together with yellow leaves it cowered sidewalks and brought dull cold mornings and grey rainy days. Crimson bricks surrounding dark-green frames of the windows of our classrooms seem to be almost black as they take in all the humidity from the air.
I wear brown corduroy shorts, sunny-yellow tights and caramel-blue vest for school to keep me warm. You know caramel-blue – it´s the shade of blue which sticks to your teeth like caramel candy does, when you chew it on christmas evening.
I take Evan with me, I put on my safari boots and I start new adventure every morning accompanied by Jim who doesn´t care much about the rain. We leave Emil at home (he´s brave guy most of the time but as soon as he sees rain drops on the window in the morning, he doesn´t bother to fully open his eyes, he just gets back under his pillow and stays in „his“ safe dry warm bed all day).
Then he´s jealous because Jim gets fish from my „fish and chips“ and I keep the chips most of the time, or sometimes we share even the fries. Emil stays at home with his usual food – it´s not my fault that he´s so lazy (or maybe if I didn´t carry him around on my shoulder wherever we go...who knows.)