It's that time again. End of the school term and time for school reports. Yesterday Naomi brought me daughter, Stacey's report. I'm thrilled to say this little girl has improved markedly since starting at the company school in March. Her first percentage mark of 57% ending May, 65% at the end of June to an amazing 80% at the end of July. Her English (orginally low marks in this language dragged down her total) has improved very much as well. I decided to write her a little note congratulating her and encouring her to aim for 600/700 marks next term. I enclosed a KES100/- note (about US$1.50) and gave her mother half a dozen suckers (lollypops) for Stacey and the other children living in their compound.
There's a man in Nakuru who creates and then sells these cards on the street. My friend, Penny (Snap That blog) will probably recognize these pieces of art. I used one to write Stacey a note
The contents of the card to which I added a little money gift