Testing 1, 2, 3
Sorry for taking up space and time for this, but I'm still working on the proper coding, etc. for the email subscriptions I promised. I think I zigged when I should have zagged, so I'm attempting to retrace my steps and get this right.
And, perhaps that is a "winsome way" for us all to note as we teach.... Sometimes we (and that includes our children) need to learn how to untangle something that's gotten confused in our minds or practice. When our children find themselves in that predicament, often the best thing we can do for them is to give them time (and our "from-a-distance" support) to try different ways of sorting things out on their own. It can feel tedious when it would be so much simpler for us to solve the problem for them, but working the process will empower them to tackle future challenges.
As for me? You can be sure I'll keep my zigging straight from my zagging from now on!