White Christmas Essays

  • Irving Berlin White Christmas Play Analysis

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    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

  • Patriotic Lights Research Paper

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    and some fun abstract designs as well. This is a great project to do with the kids. Get the whole family around the table painting and enjoy getting into the patriotic spirit. Red, White, and Blue Lighting A patriotic lights display featuring an American flag. Image via Flickr by Sister72 Your options for red, white, and blue lighting are vast. If you 've got a big outdoor space with lots of ambient lighting, think about buying red and blue light bulbs. Replace your current light bulbs with these

  • Definition Essay: The Perception Of Christmas

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    Christmas evokes many sights, sounds, and smells. (1) It is a holiday unlike any other in that it brings about many traditions and festivities that other holidays do not. (2) Whenever someone says the word 'Christmas', your mind most likely conjures up many different aromas, sounds, and things your family do around that time of year. (3) It is a holiday filled with recognizable characteristics that classify it and bring warmth and cheer to people's homes all across the world. (4) The smells of

  • Imagery And Mood In Truman Capote's A Christmas Memory

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    A Christmas Memory: Imagery & Mood In the story "A Christmas Memory" by Truman Capote was a young boy and his elderly cousin. They were really good friends and the elderly cousin called the little boy Buddy in memory of her best friend who died when she was a little kid. People in the house where she lived yelled and screamed at her. "A child of seven! whiskey on his breath! are you out of your mind? feeding a child of seven! must be loony!" Sometimes it made her cry. They treat her that way because

  • Personal Narrative: Kirijmoj

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    Kirijmoj Christmas. Snow falling, drinking hot chocolate by the fire place, spending time with family, smelling the lovely scent of pine trees, driving around neighborhoods to see the sparkling Christmas lights, picking out your own beautiful tall Christmas tree. This is my favorite time of the year…but Christmas in the Marshall Islands is nothing like this. Kirijmoj. Waves crashing on the fine white sand, sipping a tall glass of ice water underneath the shade of a palm tree, smelling

  • Observation Of A Homeless Person

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    Welcome to our home. Let me show you our dining room, there is some pictures you should see. There are family pictures, Christmas pictures, and school pictures scattered around the book shelf by the table. You see that picture? That’s my brother Chandler, the smart kid in the house. I remember there was one summer that Chandler decided he wanted to solve an old rubix cube from when my mom was a kid. Chandler would be able to solve most of it, but could never completely solve it. He watched

  • Good Witch Bad Witch Character Analysis

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    Historical setting is a reflection of the family members true character. The Historical setting demonstrates the protagonist Ain’t Aubria narrow mindedness. Ain’t Aubria the hostess of christmas family gatherings welcomed everyone to her beautiful wealthy Houston home, she takes over and spoils them with a big traditional christmas feast and doesn’t let anyone open up their gift unless everyone has gathered around

  • Personal Narrative: A Christmas Dinner

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    Did you know the average person eats 7,000 calories on Christmas? I don’t know about you but I feel like I eat more than double that. At my Christmas dinner we don’t actually eat it on Christmas day, but whenever all of my family can come in. I have family all over the U.S. Some are on the west coast in Washington, while others are on the other side in Georgia. I also have family in Kansas and Minnesota, they aren’t as far and can stay a little longer than everyone else. When this happens I am glad

  • Informative Speech About Jamaica

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    that Christmas may start at 6 a.m and you go to church and then they hold a street fair to celebrate Christmas and they get toys why the kids lie in bed waiting for Santa Claus? It is a custom to visit their family members and they will play games and have lot’s of and eat food and some of the food is roast chicken, rice, and gungo peas. The drink that they drink is red tea and this is how you make it herb, with steep hot, then cooled and mixed with ginger, and then you put sugar with white rum and

  • Personal Narrative: A Christmas Vacation

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    A major regret in life, is not taking a Christmas vacation sooner with my family. Attending Disney World for the first time, brought our family closer, enabled us to conquer fears, and left us with memorable impressions. Our vacation consisted of 10 days, to explore roughly 40 square miles of property, spread out over four different parks. Each location conveyed a different emotion with every step. All the trees looked stuffed like a Hawaiian pig with adornments and fairy lights. The luminosity

  • A Short Story: The Story Of The Snowman

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    finished building the snowman. It was the best snowman the boy had ever built. a bucket for a hat. a Broom for a left hand and a branch for it 's right arm. small black stones for buttons and a big carrot for a nose. it was a clear night the calm of christmas has fallen onto the ground. and in the stars so brightly you could see the stars themselves blinking down at the snowman and the boy. It 's said that in nights like these a winter time miracle could happen. And as it happened a winter sprit seeing

  • The Importance Of Soul Food In African American Culture

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    are some foods I think shouldn’t be considered soul food such as chitterlings “chitterlingss”. As a kid my family use to cook chitterlings on major holidays such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, or New Years. I can remember my dad sitting at the kitchen sink with his four or five bucket of chitterlings, always in a red bucket with white top, cleaning them and smoking a cigarette. It took hours to clean them, and once he was done, he only produced one and a half buckets of chitterling out of the four

  • Narrative Essay On A Snow Storm

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    the snow my two sisters Krista and Kaitlyn ran out of our house and into the warm car. As my sisters took their seats in the back of the car we were all impatiently waiting for my dad to clean off the car. As we waited we all stroked Hunters soft white fur that was located on his back. As we did this he started to fall asleep which made him look so much cuter than he was already. My dad then opened the car door which lead to a cool sensation going threw out the car. As my dad got into the car he

  • Descriptive Essay About Snowboarding

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    Snowboarding has always been something I’ve admired. Every winter I would and still do sit for hours with my eyes peeled open to the X games. My dad and mom noticed my love for the sport and got me a beginner board for christmas when I was 8. At first I was just practicing on a little hill that my dad made in our backyard. Which turned out to be just another one of my dad 's crazy ideas. Soon my parents realized I needed something more so my dad and I set up a small park in our yard. I quickly grew

  • The Change Of Scrooge In A Christmas Carol

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    ghosts, The Ghost of Christmas Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the Ghost of Christmas Future, Ebenezer Scrooge, the protagonist in the novella, A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens, is changed for the better. Each ghost makes an impact on him in several ways. The Ghost of Christmas Past shows Scrooge influential scenes from his younger days. After this, The Ghost of Christmas Present shows the mean old man what people who are part of his life are doing on Christmas Eve. Lastly, The Ghost

  • The Christological Temporal Cycle

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    Virgin and the saints—. In turn, the Christological temporal cycle has two cycles: the Christmas cycle, which begins with the time of Advent and culminates with the Epiphany; and the Paschal cycle, which begins with Ash Wednesday, Lent, Holy Week, Easter Triduum and culminates with Pentecost Sunday. The Christmas cycle begins at the end of November or the beginning of December, and includes: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany. Advent is the time of joyful waiting, for the Lord comes. The great figures of

  • Violence Is Caused By Power In Macbeth Essay

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    Violence is caused by power. This epic theatre deals with politics and social issues in very dark times were every king has their own method to become successful. Although the consequences that comes with it, kings avoid failure by choosing methods that can lead to unethical behavior. A king that is considered to be successful is achieving the title at the expense of somebody else. What causes a king in to considering violence? First, I believe that the fear of failure make kings to consider violence

  • Popcorn Speech

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    If you're one of the people who just love going to the forest and explore, then this is a good DIY for you! Now, I'm going to show you how to make a DIY popcorn machine from a $1 can to enjoy delicious fresh popcorn in the woods. All you need to do is take your new DIY popcorn machine with you (I'll show the steps in a second), some un-popped corn kernels and a match. Maybe you can be camping and took some un-popped corn kernels and want to enjoy a delicious popcorn cans and ran out of ideas. So

  • Black Friday Consumerism Minus Civilization

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    Is Black Friday Shopping For Everyone? Who loves to find inexpensive products during the holiday season? In our society, thousands of people love to take advantage of these sales, but Andrew Leonard believes differently. He wrote, “Black Friday: Consumerism Minus Civilization,” first appeared on Salon, a news website, where he argued that Black Friday is taking away from Thanksgiving. Leonard begins building his credibility with numerous scenarios where people were beyond their mind shopping for

  • Symbolism In The Scarlet Ibis

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    Neelum Shah Ms. Bailey English 9 Period 2 9 November, 2016 Brother: The New Windex Most times removing a stain from a glass window seems as simple as squirting some Windex and wiping it off. However, in the short story “The Scarlet Ibis,” by James Hurst, Brother, the protagonist, needs a lot more than a five dollar cleaner from the local Wal-Mart, for Doodle’s, his younger brother, disability, an unwanted blemish Brother desperately wants to erase. Instead of using the Windex to wipe the stain