We had a wonderful time with Paul Miller (Flow Circus) yesterday! He was funny and entertaining for children and parents. I'm still laughing at some of his routines. We had a chance to meet Paul and his wife before the performance, both of whom were very nice, smart, and funny. When he becomes his Flow Circus character, however, Paul transforms. He changes his voice, his posture, and even dramatically changes the way he looks; he transforms into the child-like clown that had us all laughing, giggling, guffawing, and smiling.
Transformation is on my mind lately as I prepare for my youngest child to head off to high school and help my oldest child buy his first car. Many of you are preparing to send your little ones to nursery school, or kindergarten, or first grade in a less than a month. At Richmond Library we are preparing for a change this fall when Ann Grybko, long-time assistant director of the library, retires. Also, our storytime schedule for fall changes a bit as we move 2s, and 3/4s to Monday and Thursdays, with 4/5s on Fridays. Change is all around.