ANTIGUA & BARBUDA






Today’s Country: ANTIGUA & BARBUDA

Today’s Capital: SAINT JOHN’S

Antigua & Barbuda Proverb: Big promise make many fools.

Food eaten in Antigua & Barbuda: fish, cornmeal, okra and pineapple.

Antigua & Barbuda Official Language: English

Antigua & Barbuda is famous for Wadadli

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Trustworthy and Unreliable: A Story Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb Especially for Girls

A Story Especially for Girls Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb: Trustworthy and Unreliable

Mama and Papa Deer have two little deer:
Trustworthy and Unreliable.
Trustworthy says, “Yes!” when she means yes and “No” when she means no.
Unreliable makes BIG promises without thinking.

Trustworthy says, “Mama, I’ll help make breakfast.”
Mama replies, “Thank you! How kind!”
Mama boils

Trustworthy and Unreliable: A Story Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb Especially for Girls2019-04-26T01:49:44-05:00

Trustworthy and Unreliable: A Story Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb Especially for Boys

A Story Especially for Boys Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb: Trustworthy and Unreliable

Mama and Papa Deer have two little bucks:
Trustworthy and Unreliable.
Trustworthy says, “Yes!” when he means yes and “No” when he means no.
Unreliable makes BIG promises without thinking.

Trustworthy says, “Mama, I’ll help make breakfast.”
Mama replies, “Thank you! How

Trustworthy and Unreliable: A Story Based on Antigua & Barbuda’s Proverb Especially for Boys2019-04-26T01:49:44-05:00

Ten Commandments for a Happy Family


Ten Commandments for a Happy Family by Msgr Ted Wojcicki

I
Share family meals – include time for conversation. Eating meals only in van or in front of fridge or TV is isolating, deflates trust, and promotes loneliness.

II
No portable electronic devices allowed at dining room table, at family meals in restaurants, or in children’s

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