Kindergarten memories

My sis just posted some pictures from her grandson’s graduation from Kindergarten. One photo was of his essay, “What I learned in Kindergarten.” It reminded me of what I learned in Kindergarten…
I learned:

  • To Paint! I remember being assigned to my easel, and given a full-body smock to wear (plastic-coated, I think, with several large pockets at the bottom for easy access to my supplies). I remember applying lots of wide swaths of color. I loved all the colors! That transfered also to coloring, where I could be happy for hours with the giant-sized box of 64 crayons….(I wouldn’t mind having a box today, come to think of it…) But it wasn’t just about the color, as our class was set to work one day “painting” the outside of the building…with brushes dipped in water! Just going through the motion of painting was good enough. 
  • It’s ok to take a nap in the middle of the day. Another exercise I wouldn’t mind re-instituting into my life today.
  • Achieving goals is rewarding. (I still have my Kindergarten diploma.)
  • I look really good in short hair. 

About Gail

Genealogist, librarian, writer, traveler, Mormon
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