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Sonia, thank you for posting that video. WOW! What great insight she has given. She also explains it all so very well.
I still struggle with wanting eye contact. It's a hard habit to break. I was raised to always look at people when speaking. When I was a public school teacher, I expected my students to look at me or else I suspected that they weren't paying attention.
I understand and accept that many people have trouble with making eye contact. I realize that a person is capable of paying attention and learning without eye contact. My problem isn't with them, it's with myself! I've just got to unlearn the expectation.Read More...
Rico and Beth, Have y'all still been keeping track of the food cravings and nutrition? I'm curious if there's anything new you've observed. CatherineRead More...
Rico, I love your pumpkin story. Rowan mentioned that a bee would pollinate the flower. Perhaps you can tell Fynn and Rowan that you know someone (me) that has bee hives. Show them where I live (near Houston, TX) and ask if they think one of my bees would go to your house and pollinate the flower. They would learn that bees stick pretty close to home, at least within a few miles, and also have a short life span. Thus, one of my bees wouldn't be visiting your garden. But, it would be fun to figure it out!
My daughters liked to play 'school' or 'teacher'. I would often utilize that interest by asking them to play with me as the student and to teach me the subject they had been learning. It was a great way to measure what they knew. It was also hilarious to see them role play. We'd usually all end up in loud laughter.
It was great speaking with you during the webinar. Catherine.Read More...