I have always played chaperone to my little sister K since she started having activities in school. You see, I had a lot of activities back in high school but none were documented because digicams were not that rampant back then and the parents were not allowed to watch. I wanted to document K's adventures so that when she grows up, she will have these photos to look back on.
Recently, she joined the Book Parade they had at school which opened the Book Month. I liked this activity because it encourages them to read. I think reading is one of life's little joys and should not be taken lightly. Readers have wide imagination and they learn a lot. I hope she becomes one.
We received a pleasant surprise when it was announced that she won the Best in Costume award.
A couple of weeks ago, she and I went on a field trip. I'm very happy that she's a lot braver than I am. She had her photos taken with exotic animals (read: dangerous) and smiled while holding a crocodile, snakes, and posing beside an eagle. She also went through the zipline, did wall climbing, and crossed a rope bridge that had me screaming.
I hope that more adventures of K will be documented and that she treasures these moments just as much as I do.