It's such fun to spend the day with a classroom of twenty 3-4 year old children. You never know what they will say.
|Small kid, big deal|
We were on the playground and Sam told me I should button my blazer.
I laughed and said "That's OK Sam. Miss Debbie needs to lose a few pounds first."
He replied: "You need to exercise."
I asked him what I should do.
Sam said, "The bike that doesn't move." He smiled up at me.
I laughed and said I would have to listen to him.
Before I left for the day, I peeked into his after school class and said goodbye. Sam looked up, pointed at me and yelled "Do your exercise Miss Debbie!"
Needless to say I went home and exercised on my treadmill. Thank you Sam for the inspiration.
Since I'm on the subject of exercise, our school participated in the American Diabetes Association School Walk for Diabetes. The children learned about diabetes and ways to eat healthy and to exercise.
#585 Children say the cutest things
#586 The refreshing honesty of children
#587 Teaching the children about exercise and healthy choices
#588 Being inspired by a child
#589 Raising money for diabetes research
#590 Cooler weather in Phoenix
#591 Seeing photos of sweet Kenzie
#592 A short work week
#593 A Thanksgiving feast with the children and their parents
#594 Thanksgiving with Greg's family
#595 Planting red geraniums in the front entryway
#596 Looking forward to turkey and all the trimmings
#597 Thankful for my church family
#598 Looking forward to hiking in the mountains
I'm linking up with Ann of A Holy Experience as we continue to count our every day blessings.
Blessings and love,