We did a how to fish event for the young children, the parents loved how I brought the "how to method" on learning how to fish, and by opening the term a "can of worms" it sure was!! After the end of giving a simple how to the kids looked in a learning state and right after I pulled out the dew worms that was the interaction the children wanted. When they started to ask to touch it and why do we, use them for catching fish , how do you use them etc. It was so fun to see how facsinated these kids were, once they got into dirt and touching a nightcrawler. It was done on the fly with no plan, and was a great time to end the event for the group.
I am humbled to accept their gift they gave me for all my effort with the how to fish introduction. #earthworms#powerbait#salmoneggs#spincasting#fishing#bassprotsawassen#bassproshops#howtofish#kids#children#teaching#howto#fishingclass#fishingbait#dewworms#fishingstore
When you come home from a long weekend of wearing scrubs to find your 3 year old turned into Captain America!!! 🤣😲 I couldn’t be more thankful that they have an amazing Dad that takes them to all the fabulous birthday parties on the weekends, but man does this Momma sure hate missing out on the fun. Problems of a weekend nurse...soon this little makeup gig will solve all the problems right?!? 🤷🏼♀️❤️
A whole load of my cognitive energy has been focused on that notion since before this school year started rolling.
What’s next for MissionMonday? Who will we be reaching next? Who will we share space with next? Who’s handing us a microphone next? What are we saying next? Where’s the next destination?
What’s the next big thing?
That especially. What’s the next big thing?
I started thinking about this because I am a car geek. If it has wheels and a go fast pedal I’m into it. Being a lousy driver hasn’t deterred my interest. Now is a great time to be into cars. The access to learning about cars (really learning about everything) is unprecedented right now. If you are an automotive enthusiast the fuel for your enthusiasm is available in spades. One of the things fueling my enthusiasm is a YouTube channel called the The Smoking Tire hosted by a guy named Matt Farah. Matt posted a video talking about the show itself rather than cars. In this video he mentioned the advice, or lack thereof, he gives people. He said frequently people ask him what advice would he give someone who wanted to start their own YouTube car show. Matt flatly says that he can’t give relevant advice because so much has changed from when he started. Meaning when he went on YouTube he had one of the only shows of its kind but now everyone else has to start in a saturated market and he doesn’t have that experience.
And that’s what got me thinking.
What’s the next big thing? For watt Mark and I do, for extending the reach of MissionMonday to positively impact more school communities, What’s next? What can we be early adopters of so that we become charter members of the platform, part of something that defines whatever this next big thing is, and use it to make a bigger difference in quality of people’s lives?
Read the rest at http://www.missionmonday.com/the-blog/2017/10/13/whats-next-sam-stecher
This Tuesday, October 24th Maja Jaworska @majajaw of @super.lyan & @lyan.cub in London will be behind the #bar with @bethanyhambone from 8-Midnight! $10 drinks with $2 from each going to @campkesem (Which offers free #summer camps and year round peer support for #children impacted by their parents cancer). STAY TUNED FOR MENU!
Modi inaugurated the first phase of the Rs 615-crore 'roll-on, roll-off (ro-ro)' ferry service between Ghogha in Bhavnagar district and Dahej in Bharuch in the Gulf of Cambay. Dedicating the Rs 615-crore project to the people of Gujarat, Modi termed the ferry service a ‘unique, one-of-its-kind project’, which is also the biggest of its kind in South Asia.He also announced that the project will bring the people of the state closer to each other, reducing the time taken to travel between Dahej and Ghogha from seven hours to a mere one hour. For video, log on to The Quint's website.