Girls Write for the Future of Girls
Boitha Freeman of Web International
I love my home.
I love my home, my home is very beautiful and I like to be with my family at home.
Every weekend I spend with my family I enjoy what is at home.
My home is where I live, study and play with my neighbors.
I have three brothers and one sister and we all study together.
I love my friends and neighbors; I love them because they are very kind and helpful to me and my family.
I love my parents because they teach me how to become a better person in the future.
I want to become a good person in the future to help my families and others too.
A Day in My Home
Jane Kabbah of Web International
I love my home, color is white.
I have two sisters and one brother.
I love my mother, she shares with others.
I love my father - he sends me to school — and I also love my friends.
I play with them every day. I love to work with someone;
even though my father is working hard I’m trying my best.
I’m growing up. Thanks to God for saving my life.
I’m proud to be in this family.
I love where I live. I live in Congo Town back road and I love working.
Lawmet Suah of Web International
I like my home.
My home is very good.
Mummy and Daddy both show lots of respect for me.
They don’t play with my school.
When I come from school every day they will check my work.
They will ask me what happened today at school.
Daddy said when I grow up, I will be a doctor.
Teresa Langness is Founding Board President of Full-Circle Learning. Full-Circle Learning helps young people embrace their role as the change agents and humanitarians of their generation. Its educational programs integrate and expand students' character strengths, academic excellence, artistic capacities and peacemaking skills in service to the global human family.