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Post #1  Post subject: teaching kids
PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2016 8:57 am 
We went to Grandparent's Day at Sacred Heart for our two Morrilton grandchildren, and one came home for the weekend. There were leaves to rake and bag yesterday, and I had the opportunity to teach a skill. He used the small backpack blower, and rakes(s). He carried every bag out to the curb. He learned how to use those devil plastic bags and the bag holder and smiled the whole time. How many kids spent the same time yesterday glued to a TV or electronic device? Kids will do what ever you are doing and think that it is fun. Our responsibility is to give them the opportunity to learn work skills. I had the opportunity to tell him that one of the things I like about my son (his daddy) is that, just like me, it is very hard for me to watch someone else work. My daddy taught me to work. today we make tomato relish with the green tomatoes we picked yesterday.
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Post #2  Post subject: Re: teaching kids
PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2016 8:58 am 
Oh! forgot the tomatoes!
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Good job Grandpa.... :thumbup:

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