Irving Berlin’s White Christmas is a joyful, holiday, thrilling production created in order to help people not only get in the Christmas spirit, but to realize what makes Christmas special is who you spend it with. The musical opens up with an army scene on Christmas Eve. All of the soldiers are attempting to get in the holiday spirit, but especially Bob Wallace and Phil Davis. These guys are the life of the party. They performed for all of the other soldiers by singing different holiday songs as they wore their Santa hats, and bells around their neck.
I have many memories but, the one that is the most vivid is when my family and I went on vacation and went ice skating. This was the first vacation we had ever gone on as a family. My Family and I vacationed in the most elegant of nature. I thought to myself “Tennessee is so peaceful and heartwarming”. I enjoyed the way the sun shined through the trees so softly, the slight howling of the wind while it blew through my hair, and the heavy scent of oak trees in the middle of fall had me mesmerized.
As dozens of tiny white flakes trickle down through the sky spinning ever so slowly yet with furious might, children begin to jump for joy. A snow day may be occurring. Then, once the phone rings and the voice of the principal cancelling school reaches the ears of students, the greatest day of the month has begun. All children ready their snow pants, jacket, and their hats and gloves for a day out in the blizzard. When the boys and girls run outside to play, parents yell to them that they must keep warm and come inside when it gets late.
Every year when I would think about not passing out gifts, I think of the Grinch and it motivated me to do it. The Grinch having a small heart made me have a bigger one. Kids are my biggest weakness, and Christmas are one of those holidays a child look forward to every year. I love what I do, and the smile on kids’ faces are priceless. I would spend my last dollar just to make a child happy.
At the beginning, one of the few phrases Scrooge would say was, “Good afternoon!”, which he used to dismiss a conversation he deemed “unworthwhile”. Later in the book, when the Ghost of Christmas Present visits Scrooge, he sees the Christmas party occurring at Fred’s house, where he previously refused to go. Seeing the party, Scrooge actually got excited and thought it fun. This opens his heart to be more social and later in the book, he is depicted starting conversations and shouting in the street. “A merry Christmas to everybody!
First, I will talk about my Christmas. My Christmas was fun this year because I got a tablet, a scooter, and lots more. It was also fun because I got to see all my family from my dad’s and mom’s side. It was fun going shopping for all my family because it is so exciting getting to watch them open the gifts that you got them.
The best part of a holiday is the treats and traditions young and old individuals get to participate in. Among these sweet filled holidays is Halloween, a day to please the sweet tooth, stay up late, and support America’s holiday tradition. Since the 1940’s Halloween has been a highly-celebrated event in the year, which makes it perplexing that schools don’t care to give at least no school on the day where young souls wake up from eating large amounts of candy and staying up late gathering it. The school board has stressed the importance of academic success and plead for students to have a good breakfast and get enough sleep, but they’ve forced us to go to school right after we’ve supported our country by celebrating one of the most popular holidays, Halloween.
Aunt Sandy, I know that you 're overwhelmed with everything going on with Uncle Dan, but I want you to know how many wonderful memories we shared with him and will always cherish. I remember when I was little, he bought me an owl clock for Christmas to teach me how to tell time. I remember playing with it all the time and how excited I was when I finally learned! I remember all of us playing slot cars in Grandma 's basement, and all the really cool models he made. I remember thinking how awesome it was that he could sound just like Donald Duck.
They were seats on the glass. Just sitting in the first row alone was exhilarating; however, the Blues had just signed the legendary goalie Martin Brodeur who was starting his first game for the team that night. I had glass seats for Brodeur’s first game as a Blue. Along with being at that game, I was at Martin Brodeur’s last game ever. If he had publicly announced that he would be retiring I am sure that the tickets would have been much more expensive and I would not have been able to go.
The villain I chose was, The Grinch. I chose this evil villain because the Grinch is miserable and hates anyone who is happy so the Grinch attempts to take happiness away. A villain is a character whose actions are responsible for, specified trouble , harm, or damage. The Grinch is a evil character in, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. This revenge-seeking green creature goes out of his way to "steal" Christmas from the people of Whoville.