One thing that distinguishes our school is that we teach character education very intentionally. Each month we introduce a new character quality, then the classroom teachers integrate that concept into their lessons. For the introduction of each quality, one teacher presents an assembly. This past month was my assembly presenting the quality, "Thoroughness."
For this, I decided to write a skit with two characters, Inga Incomplete and Thelma Thorough. I convinced my sidekick B to be Thelma. Thelma was the teacher who had it all together and taught Inga how to be thorough.
Inga was the student who was anything but thorough. Her heart and motives were right, she just didn't follow through on anything. Here she is tying her shoe, which she forgot to do that morning (along with fixing her hair and hooking her overalls).
Good news indeed!