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lorinda

I love your blog! You capture the joy and energy of the kids while preserving their privacy. An air of mystery, it's great! Love the knitting too. I'm bookmarking you!

Cara

Excellent! Kudos to you on your teaching. I'm sure you're excellent at it - you seem to have infinite patience and a huge heart. (I can barely teach adults. Bleh.)

limedragon :-: Harriet

What gems! These were better than most of the freshmen-level essays I graded as a TA.

Cathi

Awesome. Kids know so much, don't they?

Scribbles & Bits

Priceless!

Fran

I really enjoyed the quotes. I wonder, though: Your students seem to know about your little fiber obsession. Did any of throw in a gratuitous reference to Jason and the Argonauts just to curry favor. Aaah! What it must be like to knit with golden fleece!

Sarah

Oh how do I love kids! I was just laughing out loud at their absolute wisdom. Like, of course!

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