Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Shoes off, combat boots, too

Kerry McGinley is a writer for Cinchouse.com, an online resource and support Web site for military families. She called last week about a story on Kindermusik and how the program's worldwide reach can provide a little consistency for the transient lifestyle of these families.

Kindermusik has 73 Educators bringing a little something familiar to those stationed in various military communities around the world--including Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where Kerry talked with parents for this article.

Special hat tip-salute to all the Kindermusik Educators reaching to these families--and a special hat tip to these families. Especially now.

5 comments:

Cathy Portele said...

Molly,
What a great article! I am a military spouse and was first introduced to Kindermusik while we were stationed in Germany. It was a lifesaver for me and my daughter. Now, we are stationed in Columbus,MS and I've been teaching KM for a year and love it! Thanks for recognizing us, it means a lot to all us military families!
Cathy

Molly McGinn said...

Cathy, tahnks for saying so. We're very proud of combat boot connection. Doubly delighted you liked it enough to teach it yourself. And while I'm not a military brat, I certainly had my fair share of childhood moves, and can see how important it is to have a little something special.

Best to you in your new Kindermusik program, too. Let us know if we can help.

Molly McGinn said...

Aherm. Please excuse all the misspellings in my reply. I was pretty darn excited.

Miss Terri said...

God bless the feet that wear these shoes and the path that they take.

fashion said...

Great black shoes.....I too have a pair of black josef seibel shoe...i love them