Children’s Need to Fly

“ABC” or 1-2-3. Can’t think of anything more perfect than this. So lovely are the little children.


Here is a fantastic quotation by Helen Hayes,

The American actress who my parents admired

from the movie, “A Farewell to Arms.”

She lived from 1990 until 1993:

“From your parents you learn love and laughter and how to put

one foot in front of the other.

But when books are opened, you discover you have wings.”

I shop at our local “Global Village Shop,” found at 27 N. Sandusky St.

in Delaware, Ohio. I know many of the retired individuals, some

from churches, who volunteer to work or ‘man’ the cash register.

I bought some stationery, where the monies from this colorful

note paper will go to somewhere in Africa.  I am proud to

say; We have the only Fair Trade certified

collection in Ohio.

On the back of the paper, it has another great idea about the World

of Children. It includes all the letters of the English alphabet:


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7 thoughts on “Children’s Need to Fly

  1. Thank you, Kim for reblogging this post. I am amazed at how I could read this list, that someone anonymously gathered, over and over again. I continue to get new ideas of how this is just the right way to say our “ABC’s” with the children’s hearts and minds in the forefront of our minds! I appreciate your lovely introduction to this, also. Hope you have a wonderful and blessed weekend, with fun and relaxation included!


  2. Oh, my goodness! I need to not write when I am tired, Helen Hayes was born in 1900 and lived 93 years! So sorry, once again. you may edit one of these out as I sometimes do this, since I am a ‘babbling idiot’ at times! Smiles for this and hope you realize how much this made my day to see you reblog my post!


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