My dad listened to some pretty incredible music, music I now listen to in my adult life. One song in particular frequently stood out to me “The Passenger” (Gardiner, Iggy Pop). I saw myself as the simple yet well diverse passenger hearing this song at a young age had influenced my childhood and has followed me throughout my adult life making me into the person I am
Quote of the day❤️" If you find it in your Heart to care for somebody else , you will have succeeded " ❤️. My Registered Cardio Vascular Technician (RCVT) off to a conference ... to learn more about heart savings and how to save more Lives . USAF Sgt. & RCVT Robert Rios ,Husband ,Dad, Grandpa/Gdad/Papa , you are my Hero and to those patients that you have saved their lives. Makes my heart very proud of You ... when people see you around town , hugs and Smile their best to thank you to show their gratitude ... they are very happy because they are Alive.
The staff was friendly, knowledgeable, and eager to share their information with us. I appreciate how I was advised to take pictures outside first in the garden and then come back in and enjoy the displays. The rose garden was beautiful and I was able to get some great photos. The house tour was nice as well. Following the line to see Nixon 's actual home that he
Not only was this song enjoyable, because it has a very nice beat and rhythm, but I specifically remember this song from a performance I did with the rest of the All City Chorus members in the fifth grade. Of course, back then, I did not think much of the song’s form and such, but overall it was a very fun experience and a great childhood memory. I remember we practiced this song numerous times, as well as other songs that we would then perform in the same concert, and the music instructor was very articulate on this song because we were doing something very special for it. Generally, all of the song selections the music instructor chose was all in English, including popular holiday songs, Oye Como Va was the only exception. Just as in any concert, performers would invite their families to attend and enjoy our hard work.
A five-minute show that aired twice-daily on WRC-TV in Washington, D.C. Henson was offered this spot, and asked Jane Nebel to join him as a co-performer and creator. Jane Nebel Henson, who met Jim Henson in a puppetry class at the University of Maryland, joyously and exuberantly decided to happily ride into the sunset with Jim. In May 1959, Jim Henson married Jane Nebel. With both their love of puppets, they were truly a match made in heaven for this loving and amusing television show. Sam and Friends was an early showcase of Jim Henson 's puppeteering talent.
Emmanuel is a student at Bloomfield High School and this is his first Talentime production. He is extremely excited to be a part of this year 's production of Footloose as the role of Garvin/dance captain. He would like to thank everyone in the cast & crew, the production team and the board for such an amazing experience. He sends big thanks to Josh, Lyle, Tom, Tina, and Amanda for believing in him and for helping him through this experience. He is looking forward to see how the show will play out.
He has stated that his sense of humor developed from the boredom of living in a small town and entertaining his friends as a child, he was always the class clown in school; winning the "Best Personality" title voted by his classmates. In high school, he would perform skits over the intercom system during the morning announcements, and in talent shows the school would put on. He would frequently pull pranks in college and streak through the campus with other people from his fraternity.
Trey has a very special place in my heart, for I have been spending time with him every day helping him with tasks. I have seen the good times and the bad times he experiences as well as seeing him grow and learn new things. By showing kindness to him, I have felt that kindness has become contagious, making me want to show kindness to other special need kids in the Fairview community. After showing kindness to Trey, I was inspired to volunteered to be a mentor for a freshman boy in High School who has Down Syndrome. His name is Cullen, and I have gotten the opportunity to help this amazing young man adjust to the High School.
I love to cheer for my high school sports teams and dancing is one of my favorite pastimes. To be able to work with kids that looked up to me was very important to me. I wanted them to have the best experience possible to know what it is like to cheer and to show that it is very fun. I was able to teach cheers and play games with the kids. Overall, I learned many things throughout the years volunteering, but the one thing that I will never forget is that inspiration, dedication, and hard work is essential for a successful life.
MLA Heading Title While the subject of “My Papa’s Waltz” by Theodore Roethke has spurred passionate academic debate from professors, scholars, and students alike, the imagery, syntax, and diction of the poem clearly support the interpretation that Roethke writes “My Papa’s Waltz” to reminisce on a fond recollection of dancing and spending time with his father as a young boy. Roethke’s use of phrasing and diction allows for the reader to interpret contrasting meanings and storylines. On one hand people view the poem as a playful memory of Roethke and his father dancing through their home and having fun with each other. But, others depict the story as a dark one. In this case it is interpreted as Roethke’s relationship with his abusive and alcoholic father and the hardships he must face due to the situation.