Reflections on The Murals
Our families will be able to see that we do
have positive things to do while we are in jail. It made me
happy, and proud knowing that I had something to do with the
Working on the mural gave me time to think
about life and what I want to do in life.
This allowed us to express the thoughts we
can't find the words or how to say when our families visit.
It was cool to see a lot of us with
different backgrounds work together.
Working together with everyone on the mural
was soul searching.
I learned I could have an open mind and
opinions about what is going on around me.
I earned I could do something I believed in
if I put my mind to it.
I learned mostly about myself through
working on the mural, my ability to adapt to new things, like
working with paint. I've never worked with paint before.