Merry Christmas to My Teachers

My Teachers are very special,
I am thankful for each and every one of them. I’ve been in Kindergarten for 1/2 a year and I Love it. You have made my time at school fun and educational.

(My Classroom Teachers, Mrs. Kallerud, Mrs Aparna, Mrs Desi | My Mandarin Teacher, Ms Lu | My Drama Teacher, Ms Valeri | My Engineering Teacher, Ms Avila | My Music Teacher, Ms Blake | My Art Teacher, Ms. Karbon | My Movement Teacher, Ms. Blount | My Principal, Ms. Gold | My Teachers who sign me in at the Office, Ms. Tammy & Ms. Jonna and Ms. Saba )

Thank You & Merry Christmas from August The Great
I hope you enjoy these handmade gifts from my country of Kenya

Throwback to Loving Obama

Here is a Throwback Video to when I was 3 years old.
I used to always listen and watch Videos of President Obama during our car rides with daddy. One day I want to become a President too like Obama.

Stand Up For Something

In Life, there will be many things that can bring you down. Keep getting back up and even when others keep falling from distractions, Stand up for what you believe in.

A Quick Story About My Luo Kenyan Roots

My Dahni (Grandma) Wanted to tell me a little story about my the village my people come from. The Village is Kuoyo Kochia, in Homa Bay Kenya. We are two hours away from the main city of Kisumu in the western region. My Luo name of Oguma was given to me since I was the 1st in my family tree born in the USA. Oguma means Leader of The People and he was one of the great leaders of our tribe. I am now the Leader of our Tribe that has been started in the USA and plan on going back and forth to Kenya to bridge our two communities.