I have been showing Frank Capra’s movie, It’s a Wonderful Life to my middle and high school English students for twenty years. This is a Christmas classic that many kids have never seen, so I feel privileged to be in a position to share this with a young, impressionable audience. I realize the timeless value of this film, it’s powerful messages, and thought provoking characters and can’t imagine a Christmas season without it.
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Springsteen on Broadway was one of the most personally touching shows I’ve ever seen. I’ve been a fan of The Boss since 1984 when I was a twelve-year-old girl. Going to twelve concerts prior to his Broadway show set me up for the glory I anticipated.
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Yesterday was Thanksgiving, and for days I’ve been pondering what these three words printed on fall decor, clothing, and signs mean together: Grateful, Thankful, Blessed.
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