Farewell was difficult:”( Nevermind that I had to work so hard to come up with lesson plans filled with fun activities to intrigue them and stretch their minds. Nevermind that I had to stay up the whole night marking their worksheets, compositions and workbooks. Nothing matters as long as my kids receive the best in every lesson I deliver and that they learn something from me. The power of a teacher is that, you impact your students’ lives in many ways you never imagined yourself to. Today is my last day with Primary 4G, I was shocked and touched beyond words could describe. When I ended my lesson and before I could end my speech, they dashed to me as though they were my biggest fans.They made me cards, flowers, rainbow looms and cookies and gave me pens and candies. I gave them a notebook each and a handwritten “voucher”, they requested for mt autograph. I was like their superstar when all I wanted was to be their friend, their teacher. All these kind gestures touched me. But little did they know that they made me smile and laugh(of course I scold them as well, but kids are innocent and forgiving, they don’t remember the bad)everyday and they made the effort I put in worth every while. Gonna miss them so much!