“Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are allways watching you” (Robert Fulghum)
“Robert Fulghum has worked as a Unitarian Universalist minister (at the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship in Bellingham, Washington from 1960–64, and the Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Church in Edmonds, Washington amongst other communities well into the 1980s).
During this same period he taught drawing, painting, and philosophy at the Lakeside School in Seattle. Fulghum is an accomplished painter and sculptor. He sings, and plays the guitar and mando-cello. He was a founding member of the authors’ collective rock-and-roll band, “Rock Bottom Remainders”. Previous to his professional careers, he also worked as a ditch-digger, newspaper carrier, ranch hand, salesman for IBM, and singing cowboy. He grew up in Waco, Texas.” (Wikipedia) Uf!