Mon, 10 August 2015
Sara Trovinger discovered her creativity at an early age and was encouraged to explore it as much as she was trained in harnessing it. She is a prolific musician and soon-to-be novelist—both of which make her pretty special. However, what makes Sara so particularly lovely is that she has decided to utilize her talents for the care of our most vulnerable children; she is a special education teacher.
Working with children who are medically fragile, wide-ranging developmentally, and full of life that can be difficult to unlock is a practice that Sara admits is challenging and oftentimes heavy. But, she brings the greatest level of joy and tenderheartedness to her classroom that one could imagine. She is simply a wonderful human being, and her life is a true inspiration!
This episode of Curve the Cube is sponsored by Little Smiles of Florida! Little Smiles helps kids right here in our own neighborhoods who are struggling through something that no kid should ever have to deal with. They work with the professionals closest to them to identify ways to put the little smiles on their faces. Whether donating Christmas presents to children in shelters, bringing toys to children in local hospitals, raising money for a converted vehicles, or whatever else they can do… they do! But, they do it with YOUR help. Please donate to their wonderful cause!
Head to LittleSmiles.org and order some gear. Enter the promo code “CurvedSmiles” and receive 10% off. All proceeds go to Little Smiles of Florida; so, it’s a win-win!
For one of the most fun days you will ever have in your LIFE, join Little Smiles for their Bamboozle scavenger hunt up and down Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach!!!
Music Beds courtesy of DJ John Hitta!!!
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