Tuesday, October 11, 2011

MIstakes are good--haha, that typo was not intentional

My kid friends that were visiting and a dream I had last night reminded me that kids learn almost entirely from making mistakes.  As the 6-year old was shaking my salad to stir it, I could see the future, and sure enough, there was a spill.  I dreamed I was in a car with a teenager and he took this turn too tight and I could see the future and we rolled over--very slowly, nothing dangerous, but how were we going to explain this to the person we borrowed the car from?  I thought, what a weird dream.  Then I thought, kids learn from making mistakes.  So do we all.  So let's proceed with our learning.

Hey, I just noticed that my previous post was my 1000th post!   Isn't that something.


Ginger said...

Happy 100 but I forbid you to have a roll-over no matter how slow. I'm a mom of seven and am always obeyed. (Well at least that's my fantasy, the part about being obeyed.)

kneecap said...

thanks, I will happily comply with your instructions.