October 25, 2008

The Last 2 Days

For the last 2 days the electricity at my place was on and off couple of times so I decided not to do anything in front of my PC like I used to do every morning.

On the first day I spent the whole day with the kids from the kindergarten doing some “projects” at a small-scale organic farming on Salatiga – a small city near to Semarang-. We’re learning how to plant, composting, seeing process of making simple bio fuel energy from cows’ feces and also learning many kinds of vegetables. The kids really love to do all.



On the second day I planned to drop-off Ian to his kindergarten, but finally accompanied him for a moment playing on the playground that has already set for celebrating the UN day. Yesterday all the kids and teachers were wearing traditional costumes from different countries around the world. Ian was wearing Japanese costume. It was so fun and interesting to see all of them.

I really want to take a picture of Ian and his friends before the celebration started, but gosh…it was difficult to asked them for not moving even just for a sec so… this is the best I had done of taking pictures of Ian in his Japanese costume.

4 comments:

Tammy said...

Sorry about the electricity! What great photos! It looks like a lot of fun!

mumsgather said...

Haha. The "moving" photo is amusing. BTW, great profile photo you have there. :)

Heart of Rachel said...

That's a fun learning experience for the kids. My 5-year old son just had a planting activity in school and he really enjoyed it. He was thrilled when the teacher told him he could bring home his plant.

I love U.N. Day. I remember celebrating it in school when I was young. One of my favorite costumes was the Japanese kimono.

ellen said...

What a wonderful day for those children. Great pictures!