Thursday, December 29, 2011

Grandmother Winsome's Variety Minute Episode 8: This Is A Song

Hi kiddies! I'm pleased to announce the last episode of 2011. It's something a little different that I'm sure you'll enjoy.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Grandmother Winsome's Holiday Card

I hope you all had a wonderful holiday. I just wanted to let you know that Episode 8 of my wonderful program will be posted here soon.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Grandmother Winsome Solves Your Holiday Troubles

I'm so pleased that folks are enjoying the special holiday episode of my wonderful program. I've been getting messages from so many nice people complimenting me on it, and on my generosity. I've also received letters from people seeking advice with regards to the holidays. So I thought I'd address a few of those concerns here. Because chances are several of you have similar questions.

Miss Marie Kingston asks, "Is it all right to ignore my ugly students when they stand under the mistletoe?"

Well, first, it's so nice to hear from a teacher, especially one who cares about making the right impression. After all, many ugly people in the world have the notion that they're just as worthy of attention as the beautiful people. But you and I know this is just not so. And it's best for children to come to terms with this at a young age. So, yes, Marie, it's quite all right to ignore the ugly students. Plus, they're more likely to carry diseases, and you don't want to risk getting sick.

Now, Edward writes, "What color Christmas lights will attract the most children to my house?"

Edward, children like lots of bright colors. So I would think plenty of greens and yellows and pinks would do the trick. Stay away from the plain white lights. And don't choose strings that are of all the same color. Children like a variety.

Sherry Boylan asks, "Should we bother wrapping our retarded child's Christmas presents?"

That's a good question. One might think that in these tough economic times, it might be best to save a bit of money by not buying wrapping paper. But that's not the case. You'll save much more money by not buying the presents themselves. Just wrap up an empty box, or an old sock. Retarded children get all caught up in the excitement of unwrapping things. It really doesn't matter what those things are. And wrapping paper is so much cheaper than the actual gifts.

I'm so glad I can be of help to you all during these festive days.