My daughter is 23, and she is
home for the holidays from graduate school. I get going to college people. She turned out to be a beautiful
person, but I so dearly miss reading Roald Dahl's Danny Champion of the
world and E. B. White's Charlotte's Web. What parent looking at their
children in their adulthood thinks why didn't I rush them quicker
through Childhood? Childhood is such a waste of time. If only they could
be born adults.
What about the standards of holding a child's hand, walking, climbing trees, exploring, and imagining a world of friendly dragons.
Who are these Ed Deformers rushing childhood?
... Children Are More Than Test Scores,
I am walking to DC,
If you want to know what the walking is listening to..it's Bob Carlisle's "Butterfly Kisses" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FyjKQvWKw8