There’s an elderly man who comes to the park
occasionally after school.
He wears a white hat and next to him is a bag of
two bubble swords and a big bottle of bubble soap.
The kids from the school opposite the park love him.
Let’s call him, Mr Bubbles.
Mr Bubbles would wave the sword in the air
like a wand to create big bubbles for the kids.
Big bubbles, big pretty bubbles in the air
There’s something so inherently innocent
about blowing bubbles.
Well, in this case, it’s waving bubbles.
A beautiful reminder that childhood lasts all through life.
It’s fun just watching the bubbles float in the air and
see the kids jumping with joy and the smiles on their faces.
What an awesome way to spread some joy, Mr Bubbles.
the wonder of playdough!
“Having one child makes you a parent;
having two, you are a referee.”
– David Frost
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… are made of this ♬♪♫ ヾ(*・。・)ﾉ ♬♪♫
Who am I to disagree? ♬♩♫♪
I travel the world ♪♫♩♬
And the seven seas, ♪~♪
Everybody’s looking for something. ♪♪♪ ヽ(･ˇ∀ˇ･ゞ)
… my green pet fish in a ball!
I bought a packet of Epsom salt from the pharmacy.
I poured the salt into an empty plastic container.
And I asked my 9-year old to write “Epsom Salt” on the container with a black marker.
This is what she wrote:
Shaye: “Look Mom, this is knot art. I did it all by myself.”
Me: “Wow, that’s knot bad.”
making a mess.
… making memories!
A teacher asked her Year 1 students to write a sentence with the word “beans.”
John: “My father grows beans.“
Mary: “My mother cooks beans.”
Timmy: “We are all human beans.“