I raise a glass of an elegant bouquet It’s time to celebrate another great year meeting excellent people soujourners bloggers interesting folks we may live in different worlds but we all agree that A to Z is the best way to spend the month of April the zebra says “CHEERS”
yummy sweets the colors of the rainbow really love grape I know this is a simple haiku but it speaks of the children and the simple pleasures. They wait patiently for a snack, but they especially love it when we bring a sweet after class.
He’s handsome smart dedicated he looks forward not to curses forget the past forge a new way with the way maker He’s the sixth V He’s our son!!! This is my son Denis who is an amazing young man. He is determined to be the first of his biological family to graduate from High […]
children played mothers watched siblings pumped water all was well with the world it’s a new setting no more fists flying soccer balls in the air new relationships on the horizon This land is filled with anger and frustration. What a great day when children of all ages play instead of fight. My eyes […]
you can’t see me made of crayons and paper hear my roar 100 Pawell children made masks. When they roared, the village could hear these happy little lions.
look behind you follow the leader I’m leaning over there are lollipops I have the littlest frown I see you!
Just one more he pleaded with his papa this horse is my friend and he would be sad no need to tickle me to hear my giggles and glee I’m jumping to touch the end of my rainbow All ages jump music sings inside their feet high is joy
I’m breaking with my theme “Children” and poetry slightly for today. My pet dragon and his best friend Emily insisted. This is an excerpt from the book we are working on “Raising a dragon in the 21st Century.” Today my class went on a cool field trip to the Air and Space Museum. There […]
Alive with color enamoured by this small creature smile on her face We use the puppets named Bethany (butterfly) and Judah (Lion) to help teach our lessons. Puppets have an amazing ability to involve even shy children. One of the first Acholi words I learned was La Fou Fou (Butter fly) sharing […]
Scars lie deep beneath the heart eyes have seen ears have burned little hands grasping for hope beauty in rosebud lips character comes from the ash heap rise despite the pain Hope lies deep within the heart Hello to all of you A to Zers. I made the last minute decision to do […]