Jackson continued to paint in his spare time. “Still-life was something I could set-up, especially back than, come home from an engineering job, you could set up a still life and paint it.” However, Jackson continued to work for the next five years as an engineer. “It was right out of that movie Office Space, if you remember that. I had the cubicle and I just thought, I can’t do this for my whole life.” Not wanting to wait to paint until after retirement, Jackson quit his job and began painting.
Friendships are another aspect of the school that further helps these children. Grace Urban who is 11 years old has made some lasting friendships. “I’ve made a couple of really good friends here and I love music. I love all of the staff and adult singers and kid singers too are really, really nice,” she said. For Indira Jaikaran, who is 12 years old, this is her first year at the school. She calls it “an amazing experience.” She especially likes traveling around Delaware to sing.
Avery’s Rest was discovered by state archeologists in 1976. In 2005, the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs raised concerns about a proposed development plan in the area. The following year, the state received landowner permission to survey the site. Daniel Griffith and his all-volunteer team from the Archeological Society of Delaware found the first burial in 2012 while trying to learn more about the house the Avery’s occupied between 1674 and 1682.
We were watching the @eagles Falcons game and during the final minutes my son asked what everyone was waving, I told him rally towels. He got us each a tissue to wave since we didn't have the towel. It was cute/funny #FatherAndSon moment! #GoBirds
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Selecting a term
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