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Prof. Felicia Hartwick

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  • Birthday 12/17/1954

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  1. Yet another classroom - 104 pieces unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/LxweQkv finished - https://imgur.com/a/tILmRUw
  2. another school room! 104 pieces unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/yFKpI2c finished - https://imgur.com/a/pKiwM4f
  3. a school classroom in honor of tomorrow being the last day of RL school/work for me! unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/I6xRxHQ finished - https://imgur.com/a/7RxpVoP
  4. The Weasley Family https://imgur.com/a/KVOxR1l Not My Daughter https://imgur.com/a/JwyYmf4
  5. My dad! My mom said I was a clone of him, not that I look like him, but I do have his sense of humor and outlook of life. We almost shared a birthday, his was December 18th and mine is December 17th. We would watch the old Marx Brothe movies on Sunday afternoons and sit on the couch laughing till we cried. Mom would stand in the doorway, shaking her head and saying, "What is wrong with you too?" which would only make us laugh harder. Mom was the serious one of the pair, where my father would find the humor in almost everything... and I do too. As a teen, he had to drop out of high school to help support the family. I'm not sure just what job he had at that time, but I guess I'll be looking through Ancestry to find out if I can. He loved baseball and at one time even tried out for the NY Dodgers, but WWII started and the draft was up. He said the only thing he ever won was the draft, as his number was the first called. After the war, he decided baseball wasn't for him and he became a police officer. That was a job he had for 25 years. Once he retired he was determined to get his high school diploma and studies for his GED, which after 2 years, he finally got his GED! In his retirement the man did everything, camping, painting, skiing, recycling newspaper, gardening, there wasn't a day he wasn't doing nothing. On a trip to California to visit my sister, he had a heart attack and died. My one regret is that I wasn't there to say goodbye, but I know I have a guardian angel watching me from above now.
  6. Doggy Graduation Day.. even puppies go to school - 143 pieces unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/cwPF0xy finished - https://imgur.com/a/WLYzizr
  7. A one room school house. We have two of them in the town I live in. One has been converted to a house, but the other is owned by the school district and sadly in need of repair. 143 pieces unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/p6ucDC0 finished - https://imgur.com/a/TlePzbY
  8. Jigsaw #1 - https://www.jigsawplanet.com/?rc=play&pid=108095f3370b
  9. This is a picture of just one of my Lillies of the Valley. I aroma of the Lilly patch when I walk out my front door is absolutely wonderful. Unfortunately the blooms don't last too long, but they are beautiful while they do. unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/PAn6sRU finished - https://imgur.com/a/u7CsGWb
  10. Ohhhh, this is a tough question. What island would I pick. Do I go for the beaches or sightseeing? I know of one where I can get both. Sullivan's Island in South Carolina. It has two of my favorite things, beaches and history. Beautiful beaches to soak up the sun and Fort Sumter to go back in history. My oldest daughter and hubby visited Sullivan Island a few years ago and said it was a place I would love and I believe she is right. Now come July 1st, I'm official retired and can plan trips... especially one to Florida to visit my daughter who moved there in December, and South Carolina is on the way... well, you never know, a side trip might be in order!
  11. Have I ever been on an island? The answer is, yes, but not the kind I'm sure you're all think. No sun soaked, white sand beaches for me. Being NYC born and bred, my islands were, Long, Staten, Coney and City. That would be Long Island, Staten Island, Coney Island and City Island. Long Island does have some great beaches, such as, Jones Beach, Long Beach, Robert Moss beach and so many more. As a teenager and young adult, every Saturday during the summer you would find me at Jones Beach with friends. Back then we didn't know any better about sunblock. No, you would find us lathered with baby oil to work on our tans. As for Staten Island, I've never set foot on the island, but when we had nothing to do on a Friday night, way back when, my friends and I would ride the Staten Island Ferry back and forth from NYC just to do something. Coney Island... I think everyone has heard of Coney Island. It has a great beach, boardwalk and an amusement park. Always a fun time was had there. City Island has the best sea food restaurants that you can find. Anna Harbour was my favorite, sadly it was sold and is now the Seashore Restaurant. I'm guessing it is still a great place to eat.
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