I know, I know, it's been a while, but The Journal will be up and running again in no time. Miss Yumi is conspiring and preparing for her move to London and will have many more sightings to report in a few!
This Earth Day, I visited my school, The Key School to help out by setting up irrigation systems with Mr. Waymouth and painting rocks with Mr. Katz for a moving collaborative installation piece on campus. It's nice to go back to an establishment and see the tweaks and changes that people are making to better the environment.
On the other side of the continent, Honolulu's HI-5 program has just released a PSA on their Eating in Public website and on YouTube. If you're in Hawai‘i, give back by making a recycling bin and placing it where you know people need one!
And finally, here are a couple shots of my contribution to the Earth Day Art Project with the 6th graders at Key. Each river stone is designed with an abstract message about the Earth in mind and will connect to the surrounding pieces. Pictures to follow once the kids pick a location for the 60 something natural installation!