I think I had a mini stroke or something, because I've volunteered to to a talk to some of the church kids next week about Graphic Design as a part of "Operation Education."
Operation Education is something that the children's teachers put together so that adults from our church could teach skills to the younger kids. I think that they were thinking more about practical skills, though, but so few people volunteered to do anything, they're taking what they can get. They'd actually originally asked if I could teach the kids crochet, but A) I'm horrible at teaching people to do stuff, and B) crochet is not something I could get those kids to understand in half an hour. I felt bad because I knew that they needed people to come and talk to the kids, but I couldn't think of one thing I could teach them that would be useful. My only idea was to tell them about art/graphic design. So...either I'll get some kids interested in it or I'll bore them to death.
I don't know how to talk to kids.
What have I done?