Guest Post by Karen Marshall
A few weeks ago when I arrived at school I was given an envelope from the secretary.
One of my pupils (she’s only 5 years) had given her the letter to save and give to me on my next arrival. The envelope was beautifully decorated with some of my catch phrases written all over it. I was a little stunned but very touched. And then I opened the envelope.
Not one letter but three, each about how much she loves the piano, is excited about coming to lessons, and is always greeted with a big smile!
Gratefulness spilled from the pages, I was truly humbled by the generosity of this little girl, but also very aware of the power of my words (repeated by her in the notes), which had all been absorbed and responded to.