Story by Edgar P. Aladeza
Illustrated by Joey Ellson
In the olden days, people would just be looking at each other to have an idea of what they look like. This was what Sahah and Asa often do. As the days come closer for Asa, the only friend of Sahah, to move to the other village, Sahah feels something so strange in her body that she can hardly explain. How will she ever know about how she looks when she is already left all alone? To whom will she talk and see for herself how she looks?