Meet Rhea (name changed for privacy) Rhea is 8-years-old. She loves to read so much that her parent says “she is the child that sleeps with books under her pillow and stacked precariously on her nightstand. Our local library
Meet Minerva! She’s passionate and articulate, and I get the feeling that she’s a kindred spirit of mine. Anyone who loves writing but also struggles with perfectionism has a lot in common with me! I particularly like her answer
Meet Mercury: quick-witted, concise, and comfortable with brevity. Reading his response made me laugh a little because he sounds a lot like my husband, Mr. Genius in the concise way he responds.
Meet Athena (name changed for privacy) She’s 10-years-old, and her parent says “She LOVES to read and frequently has a thick book in her hands. I don’t find candy under her pillow and bed. I find books!” I relate to
Title: from Emily Dickenson’s “I’m nobody! Who are you?” poem. I’m a do-er: a “let’s-fix-this-mess!” kind of person. So when I encountered the “everyone/no-one is gifted” meme again this week, I immediately started pondering what I can do about it.