This week Michelle W. at The Daily Post asked us to share a photo capturing a contrast.
I think the street art at a local construction site contrasts with the danger signs on each side.
I love the joyful Tutu (grandmother) blowing bubbles for her carefree grandchild. This was the street art that made me want to explore more of our local wall art.
This is the photo I immediately thought of when I learned The Daily Post Challenge was between, but I haven’t had time to post until tonight.
I’m grateful that I took this picture previously while walking around my favorite school’s campus.
I thought how unpleasant it is to be locked out; and I thought how it is worse, perhaps, to be locked in. — Virginia Wool
Both of my children have been fortunate to have some good teachers. I still believe the ones who made mistakes had good intentions; I just wish they had been more open in their thinking and less judgmental. I believe they can learn from their mistakes, and maybe one day they will.
Slogans like the ones on the outside of the classrooms above certainly indicate that teachers at least see the need for change. I can only hope that the changes really are happening in the classrooms and that no one feels locked in or locked out like we did.
This post is inspired by the weekly photo challenge at The Daily Post.