I’ve been to this church before, and for a good while too. But even now, I can see the benefits the church itself is getting thanks to housing us. They welcomed us with open arms, and we return their kindness helping the church look even more attractive.
The day began normally. Everyone gathered in their respective classrooms, and we got to our work. After lunchtime, the beautification began. I was the photographer of the week, so I took photos instead. Lazy, aren’t I? Here are some of the photos that I took.
Along with that job, there were window washers, people who were sweeping up the dirt on the back porch, and finally another group planting a willow tree. Three years is a long time to get a mascot.
After the work was done, everybody (to the exception of the pansy planters, who never really got their work finished) got to enjoy some free time. There were bamboo fights, more “Zombie Tag” (It plays like tag, but those who are “it” never revert back to not being it), and plenty of other things.
When the day was done, we came back inside, and got done whatever unfinished work we had, and then left school for the week. But this time, we left the school looking a little better than before good ole’ Beautification Day. I’m pretty sure that the church had something to look forward to when they came to school for the following Sunday.