â€œI try to always teach my students to spread kindness. We don’t have art at our school, so I try to do little projects here and there.Â I think it’s a great creative outlet for students and an easy way for teachers like myself to incorporate a little fun art project into a school system that doesn’t offer art as a class. As for my students, I hope that by encouraging them to draw things that make them happy, or to write kind words, they will find it second nature to lead with kindness.
“I never had the perfect daddy figure in my life! I saw and heard a lot of things a girl shouldnâ€™t have seen or heard from her dad. But one thing for sure is, I can honestly say I broke that cycle with my child. Dee ClarkÂ decided he would take our princess on a real date and show her how a man is supposed to treat a lady so when she grow up, she will accept nothing less! Wow! Heâ€™s the best hands down!”I never had the perfect daddy figure in my life!
â€œAislinn made four dozen cookies Tuesday night for all of her classmates. Throughout the school day, Aislinn didnâ€™t receive anything from anyone in the entire school. She stumbled getting into the bus home and a boy said, â€˜Donâ€™t fall. We will have an earthquake.â€™ She pulled herself together and got on the bus. Then another girl said, â€˜You didnâ€™t get any Valentines because youâ€™re a fat*** f***ing b**ch.â€™ Aislinn got home still in tears.
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Selecting a term
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