positive self-talk

This paper my nine-year-old brought home made me smile:

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“Where did you get your ideas for these?” I asked.

The first was a fortune he had read in a Big Nate book, I learned. The others he came up with on his own, more or less.

Way to go, Caleb.

Isn’t this an exercise we could all use once in a while, to rehearse positive self talk?

Way to go, Mrs. Otto.

3 thoughts on “positive self-talk

  1. People in Washington DC need a lesson about positive self talk. I elect Caleb to be the teacher to teach the adults there.

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