Tuesday, March 11

Tuesday Fun

Heads or Tails

Heads: Anything Green



I love spending time with my grandson. Last year, not long after he started preschool the class had a St. Patrick's Day party. It'd been years since I'd really gotten all dressed up so this was fun for me! The added bonus was spending the afternoon with Little T and his classmates.



Nearly everyone--especially us grown-ups--wore green.



The kids got to decorate their own cookies.

As room nana last year I got to pick out decorations for the party and thoroughly enjoyed myself. One little boy fell in love with the center piece and so he brought it home.

This is the sign for love. Teachers use sign language a lot with the kids. I think all of them have normal hearing but because of their communication difficulties signing helps a lot. Kids with PDD do seem to want to communicate, they just can't in the way we do.




Your Leprechaun Name Is:



Weebit Bottlesipper







You Are Cilantro



The bad news is that there are some people who can't stand you.

The good news is that most people love you more than anything else in the world.

You are distinct, unusual, fresh, and very controversial. And you wouldn't have it any other way.



Tuesday Tunes #24


Remember it could be a song or a band or an album, whatever you think of first when you see these ten words. Are you ready? Go!

Green: Day
Beer: Grateful Dead
Harp: Harpo Marx
Irish: tin whistle
Celtic: Woman
Gold: Fields of
Luck: Wearin o'the Green
March: Stars & Stripes Forever
Folk: music
Stone: "On the Cover of the Rolling..."

Ten on Tuesday

10 Things You’re Looking Forward to in the Spring

1. Robins!
2. Daffodils
3. Green grass
4. Leaves on the trees
5. Milder weather
6. Longer days
7. St. Patrick's Day: corned beef and cabbage!
8. Easter
9. My son will be 21 this spring
10. Airing out the house!

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3 comments:

Misty Dawn said...

What a very special and touching post! Thank you for sharing this very special day with us!

byrningbunny said...

First thing I noticed was that I posted today and titled it, "this, that and the other thing." Who knew I'd then end up here?

The party sounds like it was fun for all. Your grandson is lucky to have you.

Skittles said...

I don't need to know sign language to understand what fun everyone was having. It shows on all the faces. :)

Hi Weebit. I'm Stinky. LOL!

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