When I was a little girl, I loved playing school and of course, being the teacher. I was a playmate's worst nightmare, as every time, we had to play school and I got to be the teacher. Relatives were definitely t exempt, including my baby brother. If I wasn't playing school, sometimes I enjoyed playing church. I did t assign myself the role of pastor, but rather church pianist and performing the occasional baptism at the local neighborhood pool church. When the opportunity availed itself to teach at a Christian school, I was thrilled to be able to use my gifts for God's Kingdom glory. I remind myself often of how rewarded I am to look back at some of the things my former students have said or done or accomplished. A few students have kept in touch over the years, and I have received updates about the wonderful contributions they are making to our society. Kibbles from Kindergarten is a recording of the many memoirs that my kids have provided me over the span of several years.