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... a sense of selfless-ness on them to replace their selfishness. I've made them an advent calendar and every day that they open it, they're going to have a task to do. The task is designed to make them less selfish and more selfless. For example: make Christmas cards for their teachers, swim instructors, and dance instructors; give one old toy to charity; give money to the homeless man we always see on the way to dance class; do activities as a family to share in the spirit ...
... on them. After being here for four months, I've already seen some of their behaviors start to change for the positive. It's a daily battle, but slowly and surely: it's happening. Two: I've realized just how much it takes to be a parent/raise a child.
With all of that said, I've also come to realize how grateful and thankful I am to/for the people who brought me up. It's not easy. I know that now. It's hard. Thank you. Especially, to my Dad: thank you so much ...
... want ?
C'était bien? – Was it good? This is usually used when I pick the girls up from school to ask them how their day went. I also used it with my friends to ask them how their day/weekend passed.
Tu m'aide? – Can you help me ?
Tu veux mon aide ? – Do you want my help ?
Qu’est-ce tu veux faire? – What do you want to do ?
Ok, so if you don't understand the title of this entry, watch this:
Finding Nemo Clip
Last Monday I took a walk to the harbor in town where I sat for a few hours, and while I was there this quote came to mind because the harbor is filled with big butts - I mean boats. And I desperately had the urge to get on one, just to touch it and run my hands along the paneling on the bow or ...
... The exhibit was organized along socio-economic class lines. Cue a really big 'damn I love history' moment. I love studying class dynamics, so of course I was all over this.
You enter the museum through the old restore baggage room. Of course, this room was not built until the 1930s, 20 years after the Titanic sailed and sank, but still: it's a real room. A living piece of history. And you just walk through it. Thousands, if not millions of people, have walked ...