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At 8:53am on April 7, 2011, Rossel Mulaire said…

Hi Deb,

Thanks for replying. I appreciate it! Hopefully we'll be able to collaborate in the near future. By the way, back in 1997, I spent about 6 months in Australia. I backpacked my way around the country, working as a fruit picker along the way to pay for my travels. Wonderful memories. Beautiful country!

Rossel

At 11:46am on March 22, 2011, Angie Rumsey said…

by the way - my email is arumsey@salemorange.com

 

Angie

At 11:46am on March 22, 2011, Angie Rumsey said…

Hi Deb!

 

Hope all is well with you.  My daughter has to do a country report and she got Australia.  Can she use you as a resource?

 

Also - a former student of mine is blogging.  Could you take a moment to comment on his blog.  It would mean so much to him.

 

Thanks!

 

http://gmacdowall221.blogspot.com/

At 1:32pm on February 21, 2011, Angie Rumsey said…

Hi Deb!

 

One of my students left a message for you on the blog.  Here is a direct link.  http://kidblog.org/MrsRumsey/Luke269/mrs-hogg-5/

 

I did a chapel on laughter last week.  When I showed the video of the Aboriginal Dancers that you sent us, the kids laughed and laughed!  It inspired me to do a chapel talk about laughter.  I even explained the video in chapel and marveled at how the kids thought it was hilarious.  All the kids in chapel (kindergarten-4th grade)  wanted to see the dancers, so I forward the video link on to their teachers.

 

Hope all is well,

Angie

 

At 11:58am on January 29, 2011, Angie Rumsey gave Deborah Hogg a gift
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Your dedication amazes me! Thank you for taking the time to "make my kid's day"!!! Blessings, Angie
At 2:56pm on January 21, 2011, Angie Rumsey said…

My students did a tiny bit of research about Australia!  They had a lot of motivation to learn about your country!  Hope you enjoy the posts!  

 

You are right about the ignorance of Americans!  Not sure what the remedy is!  Maybe it is the result of our melting pot??

At 11:46am on January 19, 2011, Angie Rumsey said…

NO WORRIES!  We are a Christian school and boldly profess Christ in ALL we do!  As in Australia, public school teachers need to be careful about religious content.  Private/Christian school are proud of the freedom we have to bring religion into every aspect of our day.  

 

I am very happy you posted again!  Please continue to come back.  This is EXACTLY what blogging is supposed to be about!  I think I will have them write a letter to you on their next post - so stay in touch!

 

Angie

At 12:20am on January 19, 2011, Angie Rumsey said…

Hello Deborah!  Thanks a million for posting on my kidblogs.  They were thrilled to get your comments!  If there is any way to reciprocate, I'd be happy to do it!  Getting a comment from across the world was an awesome thing to share this morning.

 

Angie

At 11:44am on January 17, 2011, Angie Rumsey said…
Thanks for commenting!  They will be thrilled!
 
 
 

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