Mighty Writers: Layia’s Love Note to a Pink Door

Editors Note: In November, 2012, I taught a class at the Mighty Writers, a non-profit who’s mission is to “teach Philadelphia kids to think and write with clarity, so self-esteem grows and success is achieved at school, at work and in life.” I was curious how children would see and write about their experiences in Philadelphia. The first writer is Layia, who chose to write about a pink door she saw on a short walking tour of the MW’s Graduate Hospital neighborhood. 

Layia Araya, 3rd Grade

Pink-door-cropped copy
(photo by Layia)

Dear Pink Door,

You are my favorite color and you make me think of Valentines Day.

I like you because you are my mom’s favorite color besides for purple.

You make me feel happy because you are a bright color and bright colors make me feel joyful!

Love,
Layia

Layia

Posted on by Emma Fried-Cassorla in Graduate Hospital 2 Comments

2 Responses to Mighty Writers: Layia’s Love Note to a Pink Door

  1. Mim

    Layia – awesome! I’m partial to red – especially with Valentine’s Day right around the corner. Keep writing!

     
  2. Jamel

    In fact no matter if someone doesn’t know afterward its up to other visitors that they will assist, so here it happens.

     

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