Thursday, February 15, 2018

Wonderful Award-Winning Short Film

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If you cannot see the video above, click here. Enjoy.

8 comments:

Teri said...

Fantastic. Thank you.

jusaweecatnap said...

touching

Mary Anne Komar said...

That was so powerful!we chose to homeschool off and on, with sports in the school. The kids loved it and progressed really quickly. Then school again and so on. We really worked hard on sharing the wonder and love of learning and thinking outside the box. It was so much fun to just take off and explore. Thanks for sharing this.

Beth said...

OHMYGOSH! I love this so much! Thank you for sharing! I don't know if I would have seen it otherwise. A friend of mine wrote a novel that was published a couple weeks ago and the hashtag he's using to promote it is #dontblendin. This is an amazingly literal example of that phrase!

Elizabeth S said...

I can easily see why it won an award! It is simple yet emotional story which teaches us something about how having a healthy family relationship with our kids, and staying tuned in to their dreams, benefits them as well as us.

Linda Sand said...

Beautiful! And so true. Please, everyone, let the color be part of your life.

tammy j said...

thank you so much for this Rosemary!
you find the most enchanting and unique short films.
this one especially touches my heart.
I remember being six years old and so excited at being in the FIRST GRADE! and the teacher telling me my "tree needs to be green. do you know which color GREEN is?"
the first squelching by mainstream authority.

Content in a Cottage said...

tammy j -- Oh dear, Tammy. I'm sorry to hear that your first grade teacher was so cruel to you. I can only imagine how crushed you were.
xo, Rosemary