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Re:[teacherartexchange] "thuggy little boys"


Date: Tue Sep 27 2005 - 05:14:49 PDT

    You said that your "thuggy little boys" had become some of your
favorites. I can relate to that. My cockateil has become a way to get
to some of them. One "thuggy little boy" (haha) races to the room to
be first to see her each day. One of the other boys said, "Alexander is
just obsessed with your cockateil!!!" as if complaining. "That's ok," I
said. I saw a little smile come from Alexander's face as he realized
that it perfectly ok to be obsessed with my cockateil. He is like putty
in the palm of my hand now. He will do anything for me. He just so
happens to sit right by her cage anyway. He turns around to talk to her
occasionally during class but he is working harder and stays in his
seat! Love it. You have some great words of wisdom in your post.

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