Nau mai, hoki mai and welcome back!
Whaiāipo celebrated his 49th this week. Some of his family were over for the day which was really nice for him.
I'll share the drawings by tama 2 ...
I like this photo by tamāhine 1 which she took through the rainbow glasses...
Tamāhine 1 started working on her art assignment. The weather has been just a tad too chilly for her to sit outside to work, so I came up with a different idea. Photograph a segment of what she needed and get it as large as we could. It seemed to work very effectively.
With luck, the weather will be nice tomorrow to give her another chance to sit with the subject matter 'live.'
Well, he just so happened to be in the envelope from India.
Tamāhine 1 has also worked on her first assignment for the Windows to the World class. Hopefully we don't run out of time to add one extra idea.
I have been looking forward to this class so much because I know it will really open her eyes to what some peoples of the world face on a daily basis. Through the wonderful book selection, discussion and sharing of thoughts, I feel confident tamāhine 1 will grow further in her knowledge and compassion for others.
In her introductory class, tamāhine 1 has learned about the 10-40 window. To help the students gain a little more perspective, they have been assigned countries to research. It's a very short assignment; with one of the main purposes behind it to simply give the students an opportunity to submit a piece of work. It's important for students to be familiar and confident with navigating the home page - it can be mind-boggling the first time around. Being the veterans we are, this is a breezy week.
Well, I must away. TKD is in an hour and there's much to do.
Thanks for dropping by
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