Monday, November 3, 2008

I Thank God... Day 3

I thank God for my 4th and 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Higgs. Mrs. Higgs was my teacher at the time of America's Bicentennial celebration. Mrs. Higgs introduced us to many different things that I've enjoyed over the years, embroidery, needlepoint, macrame, Laura Ingalls Wilder, reading for pleasure, butter making, and she inspired an interest in the way the old timers made do with what they had. She helped me to develop my trait of making it myself. It's been many years now. I've forgotten most of my teachers; but, I thank God for Mrs. Pamela Higgs. There was a reason I kissed her good-bye each day as I left school.

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