Category: Western Oregon
|April 3, 2009||Posted by admin under future, Liz Wallace, Mallory Holtman, optimism, Sara Tucholsky, teens, Western Oregon, whats right with kids today, youth|
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKUaLlK776s&hl=en&fs=1&color1=0x006699&color2=0x54abd6]Kids are awesome. From 0-21 which puts someone in the “kid-zone”, they are full of surprises, great ideas, amazing energy and the best thing—The desire to have fun. We could all take a lesson from kids on how not to take ourselves so seriously much the time and have more fun.
Sure kids love their computers, friends, phones and online social networks, we adults do too!
I see kids as having much goodness, creativity,an eye for progress, fabulous music, humor and a greater sense of our global family than I did growing up.
I want to hear from you.
A lot is right with kids today.
Do you have a story about yourself (if you are a kid), your kid, your neighbor’s kid, a student of yours? Clue me in here and I’ll post your in the hopes of creating a huge collection of stories of What is Right with Kids Today.
Western Oregon’s Sara Tucholsky is carried around the bases by Central Washington’s Liz Wallace and Mallory Holtman after injuring her knee following her home run during their softball game Saturday April 26, 2008, in Ellensburg, Wash. With two runners on base and a strike against her, Tucholsky uncorked her best swing and did something she had never done, in high school or college. Her first home run cleared the center-field fence
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