“Bulletin Board,” Friend, Jan. 2016, 17
Have you met Tsion from Ethiopia? (See page 14.) Children in Ethiopia play a game that’s like hide-and-seek. Here’s how to play:
A child stands at the base, or mariam, and closes his or her eyes while calling, “kukulu!” which means “cock-a-doodle-do!”
The other children run and hide while calling, “inelgam!” which means, “It’s not morning yet!”
Once they’ve all found a hiding spot and are quiet, the seeker looks for the hidden players. They try to return to mariam without getting caught.
This leafy veggie is called chard. It can be many different colors, such as green, red, white, or yellow! In Ethiopia, chard is sometimes used to make a stew called wat.
What are you grateful for today?
The Tijuana Mexico Temple was dedicated last month! Are any of your family members or ancestors from Mexico? Did any of them have temple work done in one of the 13 temples there?
I won’t ever put my address or phone number online without talking to my parents first.