Sam is My Man

In early November I talked about “Hot Rocks on the Ocean Floor” to my friend Tracy’s third grade class, fifth time I think.  It is always tremendous fun.  An age where they are just beginning to understand and understanding is still okay.

A pleasure is receiving the thank you letters.  Each charming in its own way.   But this one stood out:

Dear Dr. McDuff, I hope you liked Meridian Park [School] cause we liked you.  That show was interesting, your awsome!  You look like a pro thats what I want to be a pro I want to be a star just like a you.  I want to be just like you when I’m a grown up I want to be just like you; Smart intilliegent and the smartest oceanographist in the world.

Thanks Sam!

3 Responses to Sam is My Man

  1. Ron says:

    Me too! I want to be like you when I grow up. I’m hoping there’s still time.

  2. ljkarst says:

    I’ve always thought there was some sort of je ne sais quoi about you, Russ. And now I finally learn what it is: you look like a pro! Thank you Sam, for figuring it out! (And after all, looks are the most important thing, non?)

  3. Gail Irving says:

    This boy’s words are so true. You are the best oceanographist in the world!

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