Weekly Question #10






This week’s WQ is a little different. Teacher Julie wants to know our thoughts on this photo below:

The first thing that came to my mind was “Are her parents so busy that they couldn’t even at least check on the clothes that their daughter is wearing?” It’s not all about fashion or getting some new clothes. It’s the safety of this little girl that is concerned here. Nowadays, you can’t even trust your own relative. What about those people who have lost their sanity?

I also have a daughter. As much as possible I don’t let her go out around the neighborhood with just her panties on. Yeah, she’s young and innocent. And that’s the reason why we have to take care of them, so other people won’t take advantage.

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  1. So true Mitch, about the relatives that can’t be trusted. Madami na yata me “tama” ngayon.

    You know whenever I see them out in the streets, the first thing that comes to mind is “bakit pinapabayaan ang mga batang ito?”

    Thanks for answering Mitch 🙂 Have a great week!

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  2. i know it’s not a clothing issue mommy mitch…kawawa naman yung bata…inosente pa…

    with our country in turmoil and a lot of creepy people out there…that child will surely become a victim…

    Check out my post here: Little Girl

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