Bye for now India Рhello Sydney. A picture drawn by one of the cutest kids in the world Рand flying into Sydney! Two loves! 

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A  great way to spend the day Рmy last day at Tender Heart (for this time!) a delicious and healthy meal for the WOOPIE kids plus a beautiful dance performance. They love to dance and have such natural rhythm. They are a total joy to be with.


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I have been doing some ‘exercises’ with the special needs kids. They are creative and imaginative as well as being physically and cognitively beneficial. The kids get to ‘imagine’ as sorts of things from being an animal to playing musical instruments – they love it because they can do it however they want to – can’t get it wrong. Ajay , one of the teachers has been working with me and he will continue to do them after I leave.

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One of the projects happening at Tender Heart is a horticulture project designed to teach the special needs children all aspects of the life of plants. They are learning everything from looking after soil, maintaining plants, and looking o to the future and how to sell these plants and provide these people with an income. A great idea. 

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One almost probably mostly completed storage room – much needed and much appreciated along with a few ladders and another   strange piece of equipment clearly require for such a construction – and some things inside just to prove it works. 

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Courtesy of some friends who donated a Dinosaur book, the kids with help from Rishi & Ajay made great flying dinosaurs. I wasn’t very good at making them but I was a very good target – whoever got their dinosaur closest to me got a reward of an Australian pencil

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More ridiculously cute kids on outings to the local park. They remind me of a swarm of ants going nuts and running madly to climb and slide on everything in sight. They are so well behaved and soooo appreciate being taken out.

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