Signs of Change – Promises to Our Mother


Walking out of St Christopher’s Art Exhibit I noticed a Ritz Cracker box hanging in the frangipani tree.


Carefully stepping on the ice plants, I leaned in for a closer look.  The cardboard were cut in the shapes of leaves.  On the blank side, children pledged to become more conscious consumers – although it was probably not taught to them using those words.



Teach the children so they will bring their lessons home.

There is still time to see the annual Student Art Exhibits at both the Junior School in Sar and the Senior School in Isa Town.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. LmbK
    Jun 14, 2012 @ 13:45:08

    “tanit off the teefy”…Wonderful! So honest too – even with the spelling. They may not have known how to spell “off” so they asked(otherwise how did they know 2 F’s?), but they were sure about “TV”! My kid is always telling me to turn off the water – even while we’re using it… maybe he has ulterior motives? Like not really wanting to wash? But these kids seem honest in their pledges. To the future! (cheers!)


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