This week I visited Ayshenou Bentura; a 3rd-year student. Her apprenticeship is at a school of Adventists. It was my first time there. The school is like a collection of barracks. At the school, I felt like time stood still for a while there. It was very different than other schools. Ayshenou told me that girls and women are not allowed to wear earrings.
Later Raul told me that he has visited the school in the past with an organization (Bos di Hubentud) and they were not allowed to dance. Dance can lead easily to sensuality.
Finally, I have a draft of the proposal that I can send to the professor to take a look at. I hope that the setup is OK. I know what I would like to assess, but I do not know all the assessments that are available. Furthermore, I have to translate most of them. A lot of work ahead.
In the weekend I parked my car outside, but when I was inside the house I remembered that I forgot something in the car. I went back outside. And then I saw the cutest thing ever, a snow white bunny!! That is not something usual for Curacao. The bunnies from Curacao are gray with a white tail. Take a look at the picture. Probably it’s a bunny that escaped. It was very tame. The neighbor took it so she could ask in the neighborhood app if somebody lost a bunny.
Some things worth mentioning:
- my first Karate lesson (Raul is a real sensei then);
- on Friday I attended 2 churches; a Catholic one and a Christian one (at both obedience was the theme);
- when looking for literature for me, I find literature for my students;
- you read so much more than what you mention in a paper.