Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:I meant that I think it's very hard to cycle with children. Two at a time is too heavy for me, only the eldest goes okay but I have to make sure that the bike doesn't tumble over the whole time.
Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:I haven't seen the northern lights, unfortunately.
The person after me has given virtual lessons with Teams or another system and has good advice on how to teach without seeing the people you're talking to.
france-eesti wrote:I haven't given lessons but I took one flute lesson and found it surprisingly efficient! As if the music teacher was standing next to me. The sound wasn't so bad and he was able to tell me how to hold the instrument and blow... But I did many a lot of demos and screen sharing during my home-office time
The person after me looks forward to going back to the cinema but isn't trusting the anti-COVID measures.
france-eesti wrote:Would the person after me recommend an good book for a lazy 9 year old who used to be a big Harry Potter fan?
Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:The Diary of a wimpy kid series? Or maybe the novels from Roald Dahl.
The person after me will tell us about their last dream.
tiuwiu wrote:The person below me has already been hypnotized before.
france-eesti wrote:Yes, of course, that put an end to my nail biting and hair tearing
I'm thinking to about asking for more sessions of hypnosis to get over my fear of playing solos in concerts
The person after me fears hypnosis.
tiuwiu wrote:The person after me likes hearing Queen, singing Radio Ga Ga!, on the radio.
france-eesti wrote:(Why didn't I get the fruit and veggie question, I'm a specialist overin the matter)
No, the sky was bright blue and dry, no rainbow to talk aboutspeak of!
The person after me has been donated 5 kilos of pears and is wondering how not to lose some and store then cleverly.
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