I love Christmas, and I love christmas break. I get to have Christmas, spend time with family and friends, sometimes get to go to a Dallas Stars game. I also got to enjoy The scented candles, the twinkling lights on the Christmas tree, and the cloudy skies that just make you feel that cold winter Christmas
When the wind begins to nip at your face, when the sky becomes a light grey, when all life seems to be hidden away, one knows that there is a high chance of snow. Plants seem to lose their color and become as barren as that of the sky. Animals and humans seem to burrow up from the cold weather outside. But one can only anticipate the white flurry substance coming from the sky. Snow is a magical thing.
In the story The Paring Knife by Michael Oppenheimer, the author uses symbolism many times throughout the story. He uses the knife as an example of how this couple overcomes their argument they had after dinner. The story starts off with a husband and the women he loves cleaning their house. In the process of cleaning the husband finds the paring knife under the refrigerator. He then shows his wife and she asked him where he had found it.
He does this by angles, such as high angel. For example, Edward Scissorhands, when Edward is cutting the ice sculpture for the christmas party. When using the high angle, Edward is up high and Kim is down below. Using this angel creates feel of that they are alone, this is also when Kim realizes that she has a real love for him. The scene shows that in the moment feel from the characters.
In the song “Winter Wonderland” Richard B. Smith, the lyricist created the theme that is to not take things for granted, instead go out and enjoy it by using the poetic devices of imagery, personification, and rhyme. Throughout the entire song thoughts of snow and sleigh rides went through my mind, as well as many other people’s. I believe that Smith did a magnificent job of having the lyrics fulfil the title Winter Wonderland. I chose this song for a couple of reasons actually, the first is that I extremely miss the snow and the coldness, basically the “normal” characteristics for winter in the North East where I mainly lived. Secondly, I have loved this song, even more around Christmas time, since I was a child.
The room falls asleep to the calming wind flowing through the room like a silk road. After taking in all the sounds, sights, and smells of room 2317, the ways of the victorian adventurer is only as applicable in your mind as you make it. Some minds are able to dive into singular sounds and break them down while other minds take in every sight and sound making it harder to focus in on singular items but rather look all together into a picture. As Reel explains “Some things, surely deserve to be ignored” (Reel12), the decision made in the mind as to which sense to focus or more or which to evaluate upon more is a tough one. With all the things going on it is easy to be distracted.
That forth was my fathers name and mothers name. I couldn't help but feel my body shake, I was so nervous on how they thought about me for this has only been the second time since we met. My father spoke softly "please all do come into my lovely home" you could feel the comfortable aura rise off my father. They all came inside taking off there shoes before stepping on to the wood floor. I felt strange as the two boys around my age starred closely at me, I could feel them inspecting my body from all way up to down.
5 The Welcoming Dinner “Ebenezer, time to wake up for dinner,” said Grace. “We are invited for dinner with Jeremy and Annabelle.” “Do we have to go? We could just catch a bite here at home,” he grumbled. “I hope you are not serious. This is a welcoming dinner.
The frosty winter air is opening the door for another heavenly Christmas. A maelstrom of love hits every soul, leaving a magical touch of joy and faith. What is the best thing to do in this season? Watch Christmas movies. Two holiday films that will leave something to talk about are A Christmas Carol, a movie adapted to the book by Charles Dickens, and Miracle on 34th Street, a John Hughes production.