Mrs. Lambert was my first grade teacher, and my first favorite teacher. Even at six years old (or perhaps because of it), she empowered me. She helped me take pride in my personality and taught me important skills for navigating the world. She had such an impact on me that I still clearly remember her, her room, and most importantly, the way she made me feel. And I also remember the dark disdain I felt for my second grade teacher who could never fill Mrs. Lamberts shoes!
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