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I just saw your show today at Burgess Elementary and it is the best presentation put on at our school in my 22 years here. All of my students were impressed as well. Thank you for sharing your inspiration.
i loved the show. how did you think about doing it. but any way IT WAS AWESOME!:)
Hi im Ava from the monmouth beach school in NJ i am a fith grader and I loooooved your work! thanks so much for coming!
you came to my school monday. it was fantastic!
Today i saw your presentation at Union Township Middle School. WHile nobody really seemed to take it too seriously, rather than focusing on your presentation they were fixated on how you pronounced " White", I really was quite inspired by your work. I mean, I'm quite sad I never got to speak with you after, but i understood you were busy. I am from Rosscommon, and i know at least one other kid is too. Anyway, thats beside the point. I mean, the fact that you could mix together philosophy, music, art, and sheer will power, to create such a massive and immense porject. You sir, are truly inspiring, even to a 7th grader.
Hi - thanks for a great presentation at UTMS today - really enjoyed your electric guitar! The project it so cool with all the hidden things!
This presentation was visually exciting and moving. My students thoroughlly enjoyed it and I felt honored to sign my name and be a part of this living tapestry.
hi you might know me from EDGEWOOD CAMPUS SCHOOI A.K.A. ECS I was the one who asked you for your autograph wearing the brown sweatshirt
I think your project is amazing. I am in 4th grade in Madison, Wisconsin. You came to our school today and I think your story is incredible.
I just stumbled on a note I had made to myself about having got to participate in this - signing my and my (at the time) infant son's names during a visit to OR in 1997/8. Thank you for the excellent memory! I'm glad to see the project is still moving on!