I wanted to find a picture to go along with this quote, but then I realized, the words paint the picture well enough. Happy Weekend friends.
While the children were in school, the town seemed abnormally quiet. The quiet, by mid afternoon would sometimes seem almost entranced.
And so I loved especially the time of day when school let out. What the will of the neighborhood had managed to pen up all day in something like order would all of a sudden burst loose and stream out both ways along the road. A rout of children would pour from the schoolhouse down into the quiet town--a cataract of motions and sounds: voices calling, shouting, singing, laughing, teasing, arguing; boys running, dancing about, hitting each other, sometimes fighting in earnest; girls switching their dresstails and hair in mock disdain and condemnation of the behavior of the boys. And often you would hear a boy's voice chanting above the rest: "School's out! School's out! Teacher wore my britchies out!" Or something on the order of "Hey, booger-nose!"
-Taken from Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry