Art

It has been raining non-stop since Friday with record level rains on Saturday and flooding nearly everywhere.  The rain did not stop us from visiting the Kemper Art Museum to see their exhibit on Degas and Mucha.

Henry did surprisingly well, considering he expected the museum to have toys.  When I told him that this museum would not have toys, he countered with the suggestion that the museum would have some toys.

The highlight of the exhibit was an early 20th century film that featured early electric trams and carriages along with the Notre-Dame Cathedral.  I asked Henry if he had ever visited that cathedral before.  He said yes.  I asked a few corroborating questions and Henry was able to answer them affirmatively.  He certainly does not remember the Notre-Dame in particularly, but probably remembers visiting French churches while abroad.

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