After completing his classroom presentation, Joe flexes his muscles of confidence on a job well done. As we welcome another weekend, I find his pose perfect for a Friday. Aaaaah, the weekend. Bring it.
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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14 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 300 A Vote of Confidence”
Your kids are so smart–and, well–confident. 🙂 Have a great weekend.
As I told Darla, Georgette – the boys may be a bit too confident. Oy.
That Mom is there to capture the moment? Delicious!
What a cutie-pie he is .. happy weekending!
Working part-time has its privileges, MJ. I was thrilled to be there, and Joe was thrilled to have me there.
I so hated giving classroom presentations! I still hate to present in front of people. I think it’s awesome that kids are getting used to this early and often in school.
Me, too, Linda. And, as I told Patti, I agree that having kids present in front of the class at an earlier age is a wonderful thing. Joe doesn’t balk even a little.
Joe has self confidence because he has a wonderful Mother and Father that has taught him well. Way to go Joe, hard work pays off..
Oh I hesitate taking credit for the good, Libby. If you accept credit for the good, I think you must also accept credit for the bad. Rob and I certainly do our best and we hope the boys do well – but they are responsible for their decisions. And, Rob and I breathe a sigh of relief when the ‘right’ decision is made. 🙂
Preparation is everything.
Rangewriter described my thoughts exactly. Congrats to Joe. Can’t you see him giving a business presentation a few years from now? One of the best parts of having kids is seeing who they turn out to be. 🙂
Like you and Linda, I was never fond of public speaking, either. It is nice they are learning the skill earlier in life. And yes, I agree – one of the best parts of having kids is seeing who they turn out to be.
He is so cute. Looking pretty sure of himself too!
Very sure of himself, Darla. Perhaps a bit too sure of himself. Beware world!