This week's corner view's topic is hands,
I took my camera and headed out during my 8th period prep.
(Each teacher has one period for alone preparation time.)
Here's the result of my search for a variety of hands.
I focused on the female hand.
First women teachers
Math teacher's hand. She's around 30 and engaged to be married this summer.
The female history teacher.
She is in her early 30s.
She was on her way to an all day meeting outside of the school,
but still school related--thus the casual jeans and shoes.
The female physical education and health teacher
who is in her early 40s.
who recently turned 59.
My hands look much older than my face and neck. I have taken great care of the latter, but have neglected my hands terribly.
I am not fond of hand lotion,
although I will apply lotion twice daily to face, neck, arms, legs, and feet.
I get my nails done professionally every two weeks. If I didn't do that, the fingers would be chipped and bloodied because I would chew my nails down to the quick.
Now a variety of females students' hands----
Of course, one of the boys wanted his hand photographed,
so I obliged.
He is 17.
To finish up my post,
my 7-year-old grandson's hand.
For more views on hands,
head on over to Francesca's.