Quote a Day – Challege

Buddha

Buddha

Anonymous

Anonymous

John Green, The Fault in Our Stars

John Green, The Fault in Our Stars

This is a fun challenge that I was nominated for by Mehak Khan, an undergraduate at the University of Southern California studying neuroscience and classics. She is big at sketching as well. She blogs at https://thequantumthought.wordpress.com

The Rules I Follow (You can modify them to suit your schedule): 

* Post one quote a day for three days (I posted 3 in one day because the challenge was long overdue and I have been busy)

* Thank the blogger who nominated you

* Anyone else who is interested in participating! Let me know if you’re taking this nomination so I can see what quotes you hold important
Thank you Mehak 🙂

Kids & The Colors

Kids enjoy nothing more than playing with colors. On February 10, 2013 our neighbor association arranged a coloring activity for the kids aged between 5 and 12. Seven groups, each consisting of 7 kids, were made whereof 3 groups were girls-exclusive. Each group was given a specific name along with a specific dress-color. The kids were required to color the sketches of different characters made on the boundary wall. Total time allowed was four hours. Since this was the first-of-its-kind activity in the neighborhood, the children were enthusiastic, whereas the parents were excited and appreciated such a healthy event. Looking at the warm reception of the event, the President of the association announced another activity-based gala on Pakistan Day (March 31, 2013).

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