Happy weekend! Mariam and I just returned from an all day Suzuki workshop at Dartmouth, so my brain is a bit mushy, but I did want to pop in for a moment to share some of this week's happenings with Alphabet Glue.
I've been really, really honored by all of the wonderful things that people have had to say. From emails to blog posts and tweets, so many people have found ways to let me know that they really like the magazine and are glad to have found it. And, I really feel like people are understanding the philosophy behind Alphabet Glue, which is also amazing and very, very gratifying.
Here are a few links I'd love to share with you:
- Dawn and her family have been busy, and have already done quite a bit with the story card activity. So fun to see the cards in action!
- Apparently, Nicole's girls have already made paper houses and used the characters from the story cards as their inspiration for decorating them.
- Angel is right about thinking that she was among the first to download Alphabet Glue. Actually, she was the very first.
- Molly's mention of the fact that the seed pod activity was inspired by Miss Rumphius, by Barbara Cooney, has brought a number of folks my way. I had no idea that this book was so close to so many people's hearts.
I've created a Facebook page and a Flickr group for Alphabet Glue. If you would like a chance to win a copy of the magazine, "like" it on Facebook and leave a comment here letting me know that you did so. I'll pick two winners on Tuesday, March 29th.