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 not exempt, including my baby brother. If I wasn't playing school, sometimes I enjoyed playing church. I did not 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.