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At 2:43pm on February 25, 2010, Ariella Randle Rogge said…
thanks for the welcome Suz! Glad to be here :)
At 12:13pm on February 25, 2010, Theresa Sweeney said…
Hi Suz, I am glad I found you guys too! This seems like a wonderful networking opportunity. I look forward to meeting other folks here and sharing ideas and projects. Theresa
At 12:02pm on February 25, 2010, Eric Gehring said…
Thanks for the kind words, I am glad to be here
At 4:34am on February 25, 2010, Florie Reber said…
Thanks- I am excited to see that this has been created for like-minded people. I love what I do and love to hear about what everyone else is doing with kids and nature!
At 9:21pm on February 24, 2010, Sue Mitchell said…
Hi, Suz. Thanks for the welcome. I do intend to participate on the Natural Teacher board. I LOVE your bird photos!
At 8:16pm on February 24, 2010, Dennis Millay said…
Thanks, and sorry for the late reply. I am an elementary school teacher and I am chairman of a local nature library (see my bio).
At 5:40pm on February 24, 2010, Sara Grover said…
Thanks for the welcome! I am excited to be able to hear more about what others are up to across the country and around the globe! We've got a great effort underway in Minnesota and eventhough the economy is in rough shape right now, it's a very exciting time for our movement, especially with the new Legacy Tax Amendment that was approved by MN voters last year that sets aside $$$ for parks and recreation projects.
At 8:31pm on February 23, 2010, Tetsuya Kawamoto said…
Hallo, Suzu san!

Oh, you’d been to Japan?? I’m very glad.
Once I went to Berkeley to visit to the Center for Independent Living, and also did volunteer in San Francisco. Great hospitalities were there!
I am expecting your excelled activities in your mother nature…
Thanks a lot,
bye!!

Tetsuya
At 4:39pm on February 23, 2010, Mr. Hayden W. Mathews said…
Here is a poem that I think you will find appropriate to 'slow families':

"Slow Children at Play," by Cecilia Woloch, from Late. © BOA Editions, Ltd.

Slow Children at Play

All the quick children have gone inside, called
by their mothers to hurry-up-wash-your-hands
honey-dinner's-getting-cold, just-wait-till-your-father-gets-home--
and only the slow children out on the lawns, marking off
paths between fireflies, making soft little sounds with their mouths, ohs
that glow and go out and glow. And their slow mothers flickering,
pale in the dusk, watching them turn in the gentle air, watching them
twirling, their arms spread wide, thinking, These are my children, thinking,
Where is their dinner? Where has their father gone?
At 4:31pm on February 23, 2010, Mr. Hayden W. Mathews said…
Suz;

Many thanks for the kind words and I am glad you appreciate the value of looking to the many threads of attraction that lie outside that are not 'Nature' per se but still engaging and of value to the explorer. My degree is in Biology yet I find myself up to my elbows in history and geology these days in preparing my programs. So much to learn and share and so little time ;-)

Hayden
At 11:51am on February 23, 2010, Dan Hayes said…
It would seem you are quite the greeter! Thanks for the welcome. I hope some fruitful discussions will transpire here. My hope is that local teachers in my area will pool their resources and benefit from collaborative effort. I look forward to interacting with everyone.
At 6:40am on February 23, 2010, Tamara Moravec said…
Hi Suz,
I am really excited to explore this site and topic. I am raising my twin boys, who are now 6 and a half on my 13 acre property in San Diego County. All boy/All Outdoors/All dirt, sticks, mud, worms, bugs....we are raising chickens and honeybees.
At 8:28pm on February 22, 2010, Tetsuya Kawamoto said…
hi,Suz
(Oh, your name sounds Suzu鈴,small bell in Japanese)

Thanks for the heartful message.
I wanna know the wisdom to live with nature,just like Thoreau's Walden by C&NN.
And I'll also issue the nature imformation of our own,if I can.

Thanks,see ya.
Tetsuya
At 1:45pm on February 20, 2010, Amanda Thornton said…
Thank you for the warm welcome! I look forward to learning and meeting more through this wonderful resource!

Warmth from the Beautiful February Seattle Sun!
At 7:48am on February 20, 2010, Daniel Raven-Ellison said…
Hi Suz. Many thanks for the welcome. I'm looking forward to learning more through c&n.
At 7:04am on February 15, 2010, Anthony Corvelli said…
Hi Suz. Thank you for the welcome message. My pleasure as far as retweeting. :)
Yes, the Closter Nature Nature Center is a nice little sanctuary in the midst of suburbia.
There's 136 acres to care for, and we offer kid's programs as well as adults.
Thanks again!
Anthony
At 9:54pm on February 14, 2010, Brina Doyle said…
Thanks so much for the welcome! My main interest is sharing nature with children of course and I currently work at a nature center where I get to do just that. My other relevant interests include outdoor/survival skills, kayaking, mountain biking, and taking long wanders with my dogs.
At 12:13pm on February 11, 2010, Leave No Trace Center said…
Thanks, Suz, for reaching out. Leave No Trace is excited to a part of this great network!
At 4:51pm on February 7, 2010, Shannon Davidson said…
Thanks for saying hello! Looking forward to connecting with all of these wonderful folks!
At 4:57pm on February 5, 2010, Jennifer Aist said…
Thanks so much! I'll let you know what kind of response I get. The audience is early childhood educators. Project Wild is presenting after me in the afternoon--should be a good follow up to my talk. --Jen

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