Found this at Alice's blog. Thought it is kinda cool to find out how complicated Mini Bites may be. Turns out, even Junior High School kids will be able to read what I am blogging about. That explains why 25% of my readers are still in high school. I should write an article on How To Cheat In Exams Without Really Cheating. That should be a blog hit box post. Hehehe!
Today has been lazy Sunday. Spent the entire morning in church having fun with active children who were clinging all over me. We are teaching a group of six years old how to play melody with bells. The bells play do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti, specially designed to do just that so that we can line up the children in order and get them to play a melody. Lots of patience required, trust me. All of them were just excited with the bells and kept ringing them without listening to the melody.
Then there were the four years old kids, the active ones that are smart enough to use words like 'master bedroom' and 'condominium'. They are the ones who run to you and talk about their parents at home and kindergarten story. Listening to them break my heart sometimes but being a friend to the kids is the most wonderful thing in the world. Being with them remind me that a child-like mind is what I strive for every day.
After lunch, I slept through the evening waking up only for dinner. Now, I am working on those key chains which I am supposed to give away to the winners. Mom said I designed them badly this time, probably because I was lacking of materials. Oh well, it's the personal touch that counts, right?
Will be watching a local movie on TV later on. So ya, it's been a lazy Sunday but I am glad because tomorrow will be a totally different one. It would be Exciting Mondays and I just love Mondays. It's the beginning of a new week, adventure and everything else. And somehow I hope things turn out well at work with Froggie. Fingers crossed.
Mini Bites of the day: A child-like mind is what we all should have so that the world would be a simpler place to live in.