True story: I taught an after school art class and had this as my desktop background and when the kids came in and saw it on m laptop some
just for kicks
Step by step suggestions on how to teach an oils class. I had 99% success when I taught my classes this way, and it was fun
just for kicks
True story. I had an IT guy come do some work on my office laptop and when he saw Dave on my wallpaper started spewing hate about him. I almost kicked him in the nuts and punched him in the throat.
Darryl Hannah “I was 11 and on a road trip with my family. I saw a truck with some baby calves on it and for about an hour I petted and kissed this one calf and he was kissing me. This man came up and I said, ‘Excuse me Sir, what’s this calf’s name?’ and he just said, ‘Veal, tomorrow morning at seven.’ ” “That was it. I could no longer disassociate the meal on the plate from the creature it had been.”
"Another activity we began doing this school year was "nature frames". I saw this idea when visiting a Reggio exhibit in Monterey in the fall. Simply place some old picture frames, without the glass or the back insert, on a flat surface. We then encouraged the children to collect nature items and arrange them within the frame. The kids had a blast collecting and arranging. It was a group activity so they had to all agree how it was to look."
New Year Cascarones I saw this brilliant idea on Rachael Ray the other day and knew I had to do it for my kids and friends with kids, for new years! (Full instructions are on my blog: mindypitcher.blogspot.com.) I wanted them to have some fun packaging and that is where Nisa and her incredible creations come in.
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My version (17) - When I saw this on Pinterest I had to add it to my husband's 50th birthday board and then made it with 50 memories of our life together. So glad I did. He really appreciated it. #traceyvanlent
I saw this before I signed in. I seriously had my legs crossed and my left hand on my face when I read this! LOL!
How do Readers know when to stop and jot? Nice image of an anchor chart on this topic. - My students often had confusion when it came to making their own annotations. Ideas! -JV
This is a true story of Mother’ s Sacrifice during the Japan Earthquake. After the Earthquake had subsided, when the rescuers reached the ruins of a young woman’s house, they saw her dead body through the cracks. But her pose was somehow strange that she knelt on her knees like a person was worshiping; her body was leaning forward, and her two hands were supporting by an object. The collapsed house had crashed her back and her head. With so many
Side yard idea. Or personal alley space - wish I had thought of this when I lived on Moyamunseng in Philly! I had an alley just this size...that no one used and no one else saw except my two fellow peeps in the two apts below me...who would have loved it!
I wish I had thought of this when my kids were little! They would have loved it and I would have loved making them! Story Stones... what a "novel" idea! (THAT slogan is all mine!!!) -kris
This was my mantra when I taught middle school art classes. Imparting courage in small, daily doses - nothing better.
Wish I had thought of this when my kids were growing up, maybe grandchildren some day:) Stepping stones with children's hands or foot prints is a nice way of allowing your kids to feel involved and leave their own mark on your garden as well as providing a small snapshot in time for you to remember and enjoy. @Amanda Cascarano
YES! lol ... I once actually said that when I was walking my little brother to school cause I saw a bunch of pigeons, and my brother was like "What?!?" and I was like "It's a Directioner thing". true story. but now I do it almost all the time so he finally has stopped asking :> hehehe
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This is Zoe. She was a teen mom after a were wolf (four years older) had a child with her. He left when he found out. On a full moon one night, he came back apologize. She refused, making him furious and he attacked her. By coincidence, and what Zoe believes fate, an agent was nearby to bring her to the agency for treatment. She gave birth right after. Her daughter was a were wolf as well, so Zoe had a print of her daughters paw tattooed behind her ear. She is in her 20s now, in the story.
I bought one for $50 from an ad in the paper, and it was the best washer ever! also conserved on water as we were on a well! invaluable tool this was, esp when it came to cloth diapers!
"To me, the chill down my spine came when I first saw David and Gillian read the script at Chris’s house in Malibu — we had a t...
My friend came to our yearly reunion in Colorado and came downstairs after a night of drinking wearing on of these with the back flap down and I still die laughing when I think about how awesome it was.
OKAY I HAVE A STORY. SO I PLAYED THE MOCKINGJAY TUNE ON MY VIOLIN IN MY SCHOOL BAND (yeah I'm a violin in band( AND I TAUGHT MY FRIEND HOW TO DO IT ON FLUTE AND MY OTHER FRIEND ON CLARINET AND MY FRIEND ON TRUMPET WHO TAUGHT THE OTHER TRUMPETS
Kiddie Style and Stuff
Kittenstache I have had this as my phone background for months and i still haven't found something cute enough to replace it.
I saw this skirt in Maui and had to have it...but they didn't have my size. Came home and the stores didn't even know what I was talking
in my closet
My dog is 14, and has had this blanket since he was a puppy. When I finished washing it to put it in the dryer, I left the room to answer my phone. Came back to this
I just had a tear roll down my cheek when I saw this. I'm so finding it for wedding.
I bought a dress similar to this when in Portland on vacation. Mine has less of a swag on the skirt. I thought I might wear it to my Office Christmas Party. Maybe add some bling - rhinestone and/or gold jewelry and dressier shoes, probably nude. I need to be dressy but not inappropriately sexy. It is to be an office function, after all.
Cup weaving. We did this when I student taught on a Navajo unit, and it took forever, but the kids LOVED it. Fourth Grade friends?
Rings and things