Here's the LAST section of the Beijing trip in Summer...
the Kid's Republic in Beijing.
There are many nicely illustrated books in China.
These days, I rush and dash.
I wish I could sit down and response to my dear friends who left comments on my former posts ...
When i'm thinking on Yoli's question,
"Do you think she will be a scientist or an artist? Or both?"
all those nice people who have been guiding iza through her growing path appear in my mind, one by one ...
For those who have been with iza for more than 2-3 years may well understand her "drama" through the years ...
memories flash back ...
some moments still strike me ...
When she made these statements when she was 3-4,The slower it goes, the faster it becomes."
I think she will be a scientist.
When she asked me,
I believe she will be a good thinker.
When we discovered her acute sense on colors,
we know this might be an advantage to her if she wants to be an artist or designer.
With all difficulties on her start of learning music,
we would not imagine that she could astonish her flute teacher by pointing out his mistakes with her highly sensitive aural ability.
This might explain why she refused to play certain music by just looking at the notes (without playing), she simply said that it would not sound good.
Apart from piano, violin and flute, she wants to learn cello, harp, oboe, trumpet ...
I wonder she could be a conductor.
Maybe, it is the fun as being a mother. Always, like a detective, tracing for hints and clues, resolving "riddles", desperate to know not what's happened, but what will happen ...