This story goes back to when my eldest son now 15 was just a toddler and I gave a speech at BlogWorld Expo, where I shared how my son reminded me of a principle power of successful blogging. So many people have since told me how much they enjoyed and were touched by the story that I thought I should share it again here on the blog. I hope you appreciate the wisdom of my four-year-old son. Transcript of "Tell the World Something Important" About three months ago now, I was sitting here at my desk, typing, blogging, and it was in the afternoon - around three-thirty, four o'clock.
Now, at my place, around three-thirty, four o'clock, things get a little crazy. I have a four-and-a-half-year-old boy and a two-and-a-half-year-old boy. Raster to Vector Conversion And in the afternoon, after sleeping and after a long day, they can get a little silly. So at this time of day, I would normally hear, you know, a little bit of screaming, a little bit of screaming. And sometimes I would hear footsteps running down the hallway to my room and see the door slam open and all kinds of conflicts would happen in my offices.
The cords are ripped out and my kids are demanding that I make videos of them, and all sorts of things and it's a fun but also kinda crazy time of the afternoon. Raster to Vector Conversion That day, things turned out a little differently, however. I heard footsteps walking down the hallway to my room but there were no shouting or screaming or laughing or laughing. It was just those quiet little footsteps passing down the hall. And then I heard the doorknob creak and the door slowly open. And out of the corner of my eye,