Children usually notice what you wear, and they are good at complimenting you. I like wearing bracelets. A four-year-old girl saw my bracelet with different charms on it. She said, “I like your bracelet. I want to have one like that too.” I said maybe one day if I am not too busy in my office; I will visit your class, and we can make one for you. We need to ask permission from your teacher first. We had this conversation on a few occasions until I finally asked her teacher if I can come to work with her. We sat down together and talked about what pattern she wanted for her bracelet. As soon as I helped her knot the end of the string, she was happy to work on her own beside me. Some of her friends, boys and girls, came to join us. I enjoyed watching them giving suggestions to each other and helping those who were struggling with the stringing. By the time I left the class, half of the class were wearing bracelets. Before I left, the little girl thanked me. A few hours later, the little girl saw me in the hallway. She ran up to me, gave me a tight hug and said, “Ms. Pam, thank you for coming to help me make my bracelet.” I walked away from the group of children with tears in my eyes.