Valedictorian SpeechMrs. MacArthur, faculty, and fellow students, family and friends, welcome we never, for some of us, thought this day would come. We prayed for its quick delivery, crossed days off our calendars, counted hours, minutes, and seconds, and now thats its here, Im sorry it is because now it means leaving friends who inspired me, and teachers who have been my mentors who have shaped my life and the lives of other fellow students forever. But my ultimate inspiration is shaped by a myriad of people. Firstly by Mrs. Buhnai whom Ive had for many years to inspire and help me get through all my schooling years, Mrs. Hamilton who has helped me through good times and bad, Mr. McMaster and Mr. Mutter who helped me to be even more inspired with the writing and creation of my book, and to keep me going even when I thought it was some times a lost cause. The last person is someone that I must dedicate my life to, for without her I would not be here in front of you now. The d
A Fairy's Tale
A Fairys Tale
By J.C. Van De Wall
Within the Laflorean wood there is a tiny kingdom, a kingdom of fairies. When visiting this land you must be careful not to step on anything for its easily destroyed. However my story begins with Rose. A very curious fairy, who should of just stayed at home.
No Rose you can not leave the kingdom?
But your majesty, oh king Oberon, I must,
Rose you know the laws of this kingdom, if you leave you could be sentence for banishment! Exclaimed the king
But your majesty
No Rose, now go home.
But Rose didnt listen to the king. She decided not to go home. But instead left the world she new in search of another one. Rose had been flying for several hours before she came across a small yard. There was a beautiful white archway with flowering Roses covering it. The yard was full of flowers ranging form daffodils, daisies, blue bells, and lilies. In the center was a beautiful bird bath wit
The Bed KnobSynopsis
In this musical, an apprentice witch, three Cockney war evacuees, and an illusionist conman travel on a magic bed across war-torn England and beyond, encountering various inhabitants of London, football-playing cartoon animals, and Nazi invaders.
In 1940, with the young men away at World War II, County Dorset's only defense is the elderly British Home Guard. Eglantine Price (Angela Lansbury) is a spinster taking a witchcraft correspondence course in hopes of somehow helping the war effort. To her distaste, she is assigned the care of three young siblings evacuated from the London Blitz bombings. The three, Charlie (Ian Weighill), Carrie (Cindy O'Callaghan) and Paul Rawlins (Roy Snart), discover her witchcraft and Charlie blackmails her. In exchange for their silence, Miss Price casts a spell on a bedknob which Paul pulled off Miss Price's late father's brass bed. The bed now can travel anywhere that Paul wants.
Miss Price, searching for the substitutiary locomotion spell which