A dear pen-friend of mine sent me this link:
I wish I would be able to watch Mr Rogers when I was a little girl. I could learn so much!
Do watch 6-minute-video "It's you I like". I like how respectful and kind he talks to the child. And I love the conclusion: "We have to discover our own ways of doing things when we are feeling blue."
So very true!
I haven't seen the video, but I love the quote.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the link - I like both the video and the quote.ReplyDelete
What an exceptional man he must have been!
I wish you a good week, dear Klara.
Thank you for sharing! Mr. Rogers was a very important part of my childhood. :)ReplyDelete
In Canada, we had Mr. Dressup -- who got his start in television working with Mr. Rogers! Both wonderful men, gone too soon. :(ReplyDelete