Long live the ability to learn, grow, and change. The whimsical eye of a child or young adult, before all of the world's bias's have set in. The positive thinking and the spirit of the young we so eagerly need. I have experience the best part of that, this week, through the class that I am teaching. But the funny part about that is, it is them teaching me, with their non corrupted minds. I will always remember that this teaching experience has changed me forever, that this world has so much hope and promise, in the young. We, as adults, tend to only see the negative, but I am here to say that there is way more positive and I choose to focus only on that, and I also choose to feed this idea into every child and young adult I come across. We as adults have an obligation to them, to nurture their minds with positive thoughts, and in return, positive will come out of them.
I want all of my students to know that you are all beautiful and wonderful humans and that through your eyes and your positive thinking YOU all can make this world a better, more positive place. Do not listen to the negative no matter who says it, focus only on the positive's and the I can.. and if you do that , I promise, the I can ~will turn into the I will~ then into the I DID!~
Thank you for giving me such a gift!!
Left to right Me. Maggie, Ashanti, Kayla, Miranda, Amber, Vela and Julian( not shown) we missed him our last day..
Maggie's heart necklace.
Maggie's Owl necklace.
Kayla's Vest finished. She sewed flowers on one side. Beautiful!!
Ashanti's pink, bead bracelet Maggie's denim and leather bracelet
Miranda getting everything ready to assemble.
More jewelry shots.
left to right
Miranda, Amber, Kayla, Vela, Maggie, Ashanti, and my Hannah Belle, such a great helper..
a Vela Design.
Hannah was working on a friendship bracelet.
Maggie getting ready to assemble her necklace.
Miranda and Amber working on their project.
Ashanti and Maggie's leather flowers.
Always focus on the positive!!