An Emma Story … One of my favorite memories of Emma is from when she was a little girl. She had gotten a puzzle – a child’s puzzle with 8-10 wooden pieces – it was a farm scene I think. She had all of the pieces, and the idea, of course, was to put it all back together. But Emma was really struggling with that part. So, what she ended up doing was … She was sitting on the kitchen floor. She took all the pots and pans out. She got all the dish towels out. And then she made a little family of these puzzle pieces. She had them hugging each other. They’d go to bed in a pot. She’d cover them up with dish towel and all of that. That’s probably the simplest story I can tell that is so typical of Emma.
This Emma Story is an excerpt from Donna’s recent interview on Vincent Edward’s radio webcast show, What Matters Most to You.
Listen to the entire interview – CLICK HERE.