This came up on one of my social media’s and I had to share it.
A couple of days ago I was attempting to find my house keys when I realised they are actually quite magical.
Keys unlock doors which can lead to new paths and adventures. They can sometimes sadly unlock things such as memories which can be painful but each memory is part of the jigsaw of our lives.
I then began to imagine different doors and what was behind each. I chose for these to be events in my life that are yet to happen for example if I will find love or get married. It was qute fun.
What would you like keys to unlock?
It is a continuation of the previous books.
A theme throughout that I noticed was a message that no matter what knocks you down you can get back up. The sheer determination of the main character is amazing. If she can do this so can I and you too.
If you are looking for a new book this series is brilliant.
I have been part of Time To Talk for a while now and am so glad I found it.
There is always someone to listen and interact with. Everyone helps each other.
They are hoping to expand and reach out to even more people but they need funding.
I would really appreciate if you could share this link and donate.
Thankyou so much.
This came up on a social media feed today and I just had to share.
Conversations with students no. 21,008,906. This one was regarding my flowery pencil case 🌸💕
Lad 1: ‘that’s a girl’s pencil case!!’
Me: ‘what makes it a girl’s pencil case?’
Lad 1: ‘well it’s got pink in it!’
Me: ‘and? Aren’t boys or men allowed to like pink?’
Lad 2: ‘I love pink!!’
Me: ‘me too _____!’
Lad 1: ‘actually, I do quite like pink too 🌸’
Me: ‘see? And nothing should stop you from liking the colours, or indeed, the things you like doing or are interested in!! Doesn’t matter if people think it’s for ‘boys’ or ‘girls’ – if you like it: go for it!!’
Lad 2: ‘yes!! I love unicorns!!’ 🦄 🦄
Some days the biggest joy in my job is just the interactions with young minds and (hopefully) playing my little part in shaping their outlook on the world, and learning about fairness and equality and questioning stereotypes, labels, clichés, constructs and boundaries; I hope it makes a difference 🌸💕
After reading this I had to share as it is very true.
Colours are just colours it does not matter your gender.
What do you think?