What parent doesn’t?
I enjoy having my children recognized. It fills them with joy (even if they sometimes don’t show it) and it makes me feel wonderful.
Of course I’m happy for them.
Further, I am happy for myself (and my wife, naturally). We must be doing something right. 🙂
Even though our children shouldn’t necessarily be so, they are our extension, our legacy.
If nothing else, they are what we leave behind after we are gone.
I’m proud of that.
I love the spring dresses, the pastel colored shirts. I love the color that they bring to any environment!
I love to hear the pain in their voice for something they really believe in.
For example, I met a lady today at a Toastmasters meeting that is passionate about teaching sex education to religious groups. She has a sincere interest in helping others with what many church goers still believe is a taboo subject.
I know she will do well and get the word out there. I wish her the best of luck!
Presentation for Women Who Code Tampa, March 8, 2016
Why Objects? or
Relating Objects to the real world
Object Oriented Concepts
People perform different roles
This post is the visual aid for a Brandon Toastmasters presentation on March 1, 2016.
Riot in Toulouse, France (March 25th, 2007) after the campaign of a politician.
Photo by Sally Mann
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Enjoyable time reading to 5th graders about Barack Obama. Very interactive session with engaged kids.
The air is moist.
The grass is wet.
The temperature is cool.
Such a marvelous experience!