|After-speech picture with Charlayne|
|Atticus with a crab he caught|
We had an interesting event on Wednesday, where we took the Piers Park kids over to Lopresti Park to help Artists for Humanity in creating a "community mural" picture of the park. Each kid got to take a marker and fill in a few sections of the mural, whether it be a few rocks, or part of a tree, or a building in the background. I personally filled in part of the Zakim Bridge in. Afterwards, the kids learned about Harbor trivia and how we can learn more about the harbor from the various groups set up near the mural. The mural was attracting all sorts of bystanders, from parents next to the playground to a community service group picking up trash in the park. It's cool to be part of a shared community experience where everyone gets together to spread awareness about an integral part of our community: the harbor.
|Post-mural soccer in the rain|
|Me with Garret at Lopresti Park|
Song of the week: A Mother Never Rests by Lori McKenna
See you in the next blog!