Grand-Kid-9 watched her older brother, Grand-Kid-7, head off to pre-K, every morning after breakfast. Then she joined in his excitement when he returned home for lunch. He always had colorful papers and fun art projects that he could hardly wait to share with his family. Sometimes he even brought paper horns or hats that he had made in class or occasionally clay figurines — like the image of a kitty cat or a snowman.

GK-9 dreamed of the day when she would be old enough to attend pre-Kindergarten.

Pat Nevada, whose opinions are her own, lives near Gettysburg.

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