"May you have the gladness of Christmas which is hope;
The spirit of Christmas which is peace;
The heart of Christmas which is love."
- Ada V. Hendricks
Hope, Peace and Love – the very best of Christmas gifts. So easy to hear, so easy to say, so difficult to give. But you can’t wear these three things, or eat or drink them so does that make them unacceptable Christmas gifts? Do we only value the material and tangible over everything else? Sadly, I think we do but this is the time to change that. Bring Hope, Peace and Love to your family in any way you can. Perhaps, by doing this, we can create a better community, town, city, country, continent, and world. Merry Christmas and Happy New year to all.
We are in the homestretch in this class. November has come and gone and 3 of the 4 Drama Units have been covered. The masks have been made, clown creation, mime and tableau have been experienced and we now are ready for the final unit – Theatre! Hopefully, we can use all we have learned so far and apply it to theatre works. The Drama 10 students are more than capable of pulling this off to a really high standard. As much as I am happy that we have covered so much, I will miss these students when Semester 2 begins.