Sound like a good opener for a children’s book on Aesop’s Fables?
When Aesop wrote his stories, he meant them to teach a valuable lesson or moral.
A moral is an important value in your community like: don’t hide your candle under a bush. Do you understand what that means? It means you should show people your talents.
After you read a story by Aesop, try to think of what the moral of the story is before turning the book upside down for the answer.
Two weeks to go for the Kickstarter program. f you have any friends that are considering self publishing their book, want some cool graphics for their page/blog/project – please direct them to my kickstarter project and direct them to the 100$ donation – the illustration for a 100$ donation is more than 1/2 off a normal commission for an illustration and I promise they will be impressed with theirs and praise your name 😀 http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1872789691/tell-me-the-stories-of-jesus-miracle-of-loaves-and
As an update, my Hobbit’s eyesight is rapidly fading. I don’t think he’ll have any eyesight at all by the end of 12 months. We really don’t have plans on how to handle this, just are taking things one day at a time at this point. If you can help fund the project above, even at 5.00, it will help me get set up and started with a job I can do from home. I really need to be home right now, and I’m trying to do everything I can to make sure we stay above water, but it’s not easy.
My kickstarter project is now LIVE!
Please check it out and support if you can!
I can’t seem to get my mic to work when I’m recording on my webcam from my laptop, so I made a video completely in ASL for Kickstarter. Should I use that, or go ahead and use my iPhone to make a ‘hearing’ video instead?
Here’s the video (for those of you who haven’t seen me do ASL before). And yes, I know it’s not TRUE ASL, because we use a mix of PSE, Fingerspelling and Tactile Sign at home and it’s hard to get from that to true ASL unless I’m in a conversation with another person using it.