Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Thank you!

When we first met Ros, the swimming teacher, Jake refused to put his face anywhere near the water.
2 lessons later, she had him diving in happily.

She is a miracle worker with all kinds of kids who need that extra bit of help and support in the pool.
In a country like Australia, learning to swim is essential.
Ros helped Jake achieve this, while having fun and ending up a confident little person in the water.

Jake has now 'graduated' to the next stage (lessons in a big pool with a larger group of kids).
Thank you Ros for all you have done!!

A little token of our appreciation ...


A linen scarf with Little Folks voile on the ends.

Andi :-)

10 comments:

Leslie said...

that is one lucky swim teacher

Lurline said...

Good on you, Jake! - good on you, Roz! - good on you, Andi!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Jenny from Ohjoh said...

I, too, sing the praises of Ros - one of the world's delightful and talented women! She has changed our lives and we will be grateful forever.
Glad to here Jake is ready for the next big splash. Maybe we can sit together at Aquastar and chat all things craft just as we did with Ros.
LOVE your beautiful scarf!
Jenny

Mel said...

Mmmm I picked up some of that Liitle Folks voile when in Melbourne. It's so gorgeous and this is a great use for it. I'm sure she'll be chuffed!

Cath @ chunkychooky said...

My Busy has just leanrt to swim too and is about to go up to the "big girls class' she wouldn't put her head under the water when she started in Feb and is now swimming underwater!

sophie said...

It's beautiful Andi, I am sure she will love it.

Gypsy said...

Oh Andi it's gorgeous! You are so thoughtful. I'm sure she will LOVE it!

randi---i have to say said...

The teacher is going to love it! What a wonderful gift!

MichelleB said...

I LOVE that scarf! I want to make one right. now.

Karen said...

Congratulations Jake - what a lovely milestone - and what a lucky teacher Andi!