The Mehregan Celebration and The International Children’s Day
Last week, the 16th of Mehr, which was the International Children’s Day and the Mehregan celebration. Due to the unpreparedness of the student uniforms, as well as the absence of some students and most importantly, the busyness of all of us in planning the new educational year classes, we could not celebrate. That’s why we celebrated both occasions today with a week delay. Fortunately, these celebrations coincided with having lady Ghazizadeh, lady Kimia, and Mr. Rajabi among us, all of whom are passionate and benevolent young people who love children. Under the drizzle of the rain and the pleasant autumn weather, we sang poems and songs, laughed and rejoiced, ate sweets and took photos, and we celebrated these good days.
Wishing a prosperous world with happy and educated children.
Thanks to honorable ladies Kimia, Sahar and Soheila who stayed with the children with their kindness and smiles and multiplied the children’s happiness with delicious foods.
PS: I was walking to school when I saw that the fruit seller in the neighborhood had brought squashes and carrots. I said to myself, it is not bad to take two squashes and a few carrots to make the table of the Mehregan more beautiful. This is how these two carrots and squashes came to our celebration today.