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Kitchen Teachings: A Conversation with Cherri Farrell

Kitchen Teachings: A Conversation with Cherri Farrell

Apr 10, 2018-- Driving home from school, I spotted this young man with a shopping cart. I stopped and asked, "How would you like a loaf of bread my kids at school just made?" He was so grateful and said, My wife and I will really appreciate that. It was heartbreaking. So I said, Why don't you take these, too? He said, Are you sure somebody else wouldn't want them? The next day I told the kids and the whole room just exploded! Right on, Ms. Farrell! Right on! Lets do this again! These kids have a kind of awareness. This gem of a teacher shares the kinds of stories we need to hear. (2547 reads)


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