Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Wunnyful When-EZday!

Wonderful....Happy...

Elated......Super-duper...


FabYOUlous....Fantastico..

Wonderful Wednesday
share YOUR thoughts about a 

WONDERFUL TEACHER....
 a special someone who taught you something of great value
it can be a school teacher.....or a relative that taught YOU something special
or important.  Or maybe someone WELL known in the world
and has taught many people....

your comment
could makes someone else's day....
WONDERFUL!


5 comments:

Terri said...

What are you doing awake so early?

I am going to take your challenge and recommend a book! Maybe you have read it called: "Women's bodies, Women's wisdom" It has helped me to feel in control of my thoughts and how to let go of anger. It is about how to control the mind/body connection for a healthier life. I was really thinking about it yesterday while having a mamogram!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I have been lucky and had a few special teaching influences in my life. But I would have to pick my topper - my great grandmother. She was an unwed mother in a time it was a shame, but ran the family farm, sponsored relatives to come to America, owned and ran the first General Store in town and the local mid-wife. She had odd ways of expressing things, but basically she taught me to be myself, believe in myself and be a strong woman.

StitchinByTheLake said...

My high school algebra teacher! She was the epitome of a southern lady. She dressed the part, spoke the part, acted the part, looked the part, all while married to a bear of a man who scared me to death as my band director. :) blessings, marlene

rubyslipperz said...

I guess I'll comment too....I've had many great teachers over the years. One that stands out in High School was my Algebra/Trig teacher. He was always fair and patient. And explained things so we all understood

evelyn said...

My grade 5 teacher embarrassed me in front of the whole class. I threw a book at him ( missed). Then I sat, embarrassed by my actions. I learned that others actions should not embarrass me, just my own.
It was interesting when I had him for a teacher 3 years later. He didn't embarrass me, guess he wondered if my aim had improved :)