to for years? On July 24th, 2012, my wildest dream came true, when I met my role model of several years at a one-hundred guest tea party she held in Chicago. It sounds completely crazy, but it’s true. The role model I got to meet is Emilie Autumn, a baroque/gothic pianist, violinist, and singer-songwriter. And probably most importantly, the main reason that I did not commit suicide freshman year. She indirectly taught me to be confident, stand up for myself, to fearlessly be myself, and that it was okay to be mentally ill. Through her lyrics and writing, she helped me get out of my depressive, suicidal episode and finally be happy.
When I found out that Emilie Autumn was hosting a high tea party in Chicago, for which the cost of attendance was two hundred dollars, my heart jumped to my throat. It was a once in a lifetime…
The colors in the trees range from bright yellows to deep reds. In the painting, the sky behind the trees involves mostly cool blues and greens.
In Rain’s Rustle, Afremov uses light and color to create a warm autumn feeling for the viewer. The painting is made up of large impasto dots that have visual texture. There is contrast created between the different dots in the picture. There are dots that are for light created by the light posts, dots that are the darkness from the night sky, and dots…
Grade Level: K Number of Students: 4 Instructional Location: Date: June 1, 2016
Central Focus of Lesson: Identify
Curriculum Area Addressed: Science
Curriculum Standard(s) Addressed:
9.) Identify seasons of the year.
Arts Area: Visual Arts
Arts Standard(s) Addressed:
Use selected materials to produce works of art. AED-K-1
Lesson Objectives and Demands
Students will know the seasons of the year.
Students will be able to draw what seasons look…
in it, attuned to it and fascinated by it” (7 Ways to Spark Your Sense of Wonder).
It is Ted Kooser, an American poet and a Pulitzer Prize winner that we have to thank for the creation of Local Wonders. Local Wonders consists of collections of Ted Kooser’s lifespan memories. From snapshots of his childhood to slices of his present, he who is a two times United States Poet Laureate, takes us on an adventure to experience these wonders along his side. In Local Wonders, Ted Kooser shares with us…
A person that has helped me grow into the man I am today is my high school baseball coach Steve Leake. From the first day I stepped on the diamond he saw something in me that nobody except my grandfather had told seen. The four years that Coach Leake and I spent together trying to capture the schools first state championship ring were some of the greatest seasons I ever played.
As a new school year began I made the decision to go to a different school for high school.I began lost on that…
Falling as a senior citizen can have serious consequences. Falling down can cause seniors to break their bones and can seriously compromise their health. Here are five tips that can help you minimize falls among the seniors who live in your assisted living community. These tips will help you be a more responsive caregiver.
Learn Which Seniors Are At Risk Of Falling
The first thing you need to do is learn which residents are more likely to fall. These are the residents that you need to keep an…
Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy” is a reflection of her personal feelings with her fathers. The poem “Daddy” is a emotion filled poem that is dark and sad. The poem makes the reader feel sad for Sylvia and they try to understand the struggles Sylvia went through. The poem makes references to the holocaust and Sylvia's experiences growing up during World War ii. The darkness of this poem comes from the anger Sylvia has from her father passing away and leaving her to look for him in another man.
It was always the eyes that got me. I could walk in that forest forever, getting lost in millions of shades of green and tree bark brown, with raging fireflies floating around, lighting up every corner. A forest of fireflies.
The eyes, the twin moles on his cheek, the soft brown hair which he likes to keep short even though he’s adorable when it’s long, the straight, large nose; all so common to others, but more important than anything in the world to me. It’s weird how realities can change so…
heme: The Four Seasons
Rawlinson, J. (2006). Fletcher and the Falling Leaves. New York: Greenwillow Books.
Curriculum Area: Science
Student Age: 7-8
Group Size: 16-20
Common Core Standard:
• Have opportunities to work with a team, share findings with others, and recognize that all team members should reach their own conclusions about what the findings mean.
• Describe the natural features in their…
The Changeling walked around or flew about the huge base, the leader Queen Chrysalis smiled at the site of her Changelings getting to work.
“Good work, those Power Ponies won’t be able to stop.” Queen Chrysalis said.
A giant boulder crash through the hive front door, The Changeling quickly getting out of the way before it crushed them, Queen Chrysalis looked at the three fillies that came through the hole.
“Well I was hoping for a more quieter break in,” Winter said, Autumn moved a few…