"Where there is a will, I want to be in it"
-Mr.S (quoting somebody else)
Despite this morning's craziness this afternoon I've had an enjoyable time with Mr.S. He has been going through some of his drawers looking for old paperwork about the painting that has been giving us trouble, and has been finding old photos, newspaper clippings, and tidbits from the gallery's history. Its times like this, sharing the past, that I get to see Mr.S put aside his grumpy greedy Ebeneezer Scrooge act, and enjoy himself. He's even been saying nice things about his family, though of course its when they aren't in the room to hear it. The man has his redeeming moments.