Please take some time to read Rosina's interesting account of her part in a play during her childhood.
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I enjoyed reading this, Rosina. Sometimes we think teachers are particularly tough on us at the time, but later we come to realise they saw our potential and were only trying to encourage it.
Thank you, John, for sharing the link. Yes, I agree with you teachers have good intentions usually while they want to make us learn. Thank you so much for reading and your insightful comments.
That is a wonderful memory of your child days Rosina. The story is beautifully constructed. It was a great success. I am glad you enjoyed later the play.
Thank you Jodah for sharing the article of Rosina.
Thanks, Rosina, for this story. I also had many hard teachers, and I remember cursing them after every rebuke.But later iin life, I realized how vital their scolding was for my future and how it helped me to be more resilient and perfect with what I do. Thanks for bringing back some great memories
Thanks, John, for sharing Rosina's work.
I enjoyed reading about your childhood play at school. That one thing your teacher required helped you learn you could do it. It was a turning point for you in your young life, Rosina. I enjoyed reading your story.
Thanks for posting Rosina's story, John.
I’m glad the play was a success and that you heard the people praising your performance. That must have been very gratifying. Did the teacher congratulate you? I think he should have, after all his criticism.
The teacher congratulated the whole class, nothing to me specially. But when I recall it, I am glad the play was a success, and I played my part well. It sure was gratifying to hear people praise me. Thank you, Linda for enjoying my childhood tale. Your comments are truly appreciated.
Pictures have a way of bringing out words for us to write.
I'm so glad this one sparked a short story.
We learn many lessons along our journey & it seems that your teacher was wise.
Somehow he knew just how to push you forward.
It is great to know that the play was a success and people praised your performance. You sincerely kept on trying harder to play the part well by following up with all the criticisms. Thank you for sharing this story from your childhood. I enjoyed it, Rosina.
Interesting throwback picture and memories, and you have nicely weaved the words to write a story about it. Pictures are one of the best prompts to write a story. I enjoyed reading it and was also reminded of some of my childhood memories.
Thank you for sharing.
Thank you John for sharing Rosina’s post.
That’s a beautiful piece of your memory and I loved reading it. Thank you for sharing it with us and thank you, John, for sharing it here.
Thank you for sharing Rosina's article, John
I enjoyed reading this beautiful article, Rosina. Lovely photo. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful memories with us. Memories are precious
Take care, and keep smiling!
Much Love and Blessings!
Thanks for sharing this part of your childhood, Rosina. Your teacher's influence has followed you, and now you understand it better than when it was happening. Kudos to your teacher and all teachers. Good story.
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