A New Sheriff In Town–the lunchroom edition

OK, not me. But as headmaster of the newly opened Miller In-Home Girls School (MIHGS) that has opened at our house since the onset of Covid-19, this photo captures my persona, title, and overall self-image, to say nothing of ego.

Two students, daughters age 18 and 10. Want to see the new world they’re living in? Let’s go into the MIHGS lunchroom, formerly known as our kitchen and nonstop family gathering place.

Me to students: “Don’t throw that away!”

Me again to students: “The dog can eat it.”

Me a third time to students: “Or I can make it into a soup.”

Note to reader: who knew that my years growing up on a small Indiana farm in the 1960s and 1970s would have such a rich payoff?

Gotta go. It’s time for me to ring the bell. Where did I leave my hammer?

Note to Kurt Russell’s agent and legal representative: gimme a break on copyright. It’s Covid-19 after all.