That's really incredible, Hanoch.
Adam McCauley April 14, 2008
Awesome Hanoch! I just did something similar on Thursday. It's a great thing to give back to the elementary school system, which at least here in the US has gotten so art depraved. It just means so much to kids to have an artist come and show them more about art. If you're ever planning a trip to Northern California, I'd love to hook you up with some schools here, let me know!
Paul Rogers April 14, 2008
A mensch is someone to admire and emulate, someone of noble character. The key to being "a real mensch" is nothing less than character, rectitude, dignity, a sense of what is right, responsible, decorous. --Leo Rosten, 1968. The Joys of Yiddish.
Hanoch Piven April 15, 2008
yeah yeah Paul but now lets talk about me..
Adam I enjoy it yet I can do it to certain extent. Makes you really admire the patience kindergarden teachers usually have.
Thanks Barry but you know you are not on payroll here in Drawger to say niceties.
Bill Koeb April 15, 2008
That is awesome, Hanoch. I know you made those kids' day as I am sure they made yours.
anat elazar April 18, 2008
I must say that this day was special for the kids, as I expected. You like children and you know how to "feel" them. I am their teacher and the first minut I saw you at the festival in Shoham. I knew that my children need to meet you and your creations.
Thanks for all, and the kids was very happy to see not only your hands.
Hanoch Piven April 20, 2008
Anat thanks for visiting the Blog.
I have to tell you I was really impressed by how patient and sweet you are with the kids and how much you enjoy being there. I liked that sentence you said: "just getting all these hugs makes this job worthwhile".