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!
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.
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!
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.
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