lunes, 27 de diciembre de 2010

Unable to Attend Tea Date Tonight



Hello Mape, Regina, Marisol and Sonya and those of you who arranged to meet for tea in Santa Brigida this evening. Unfortunately, I am unable to go as have a tummy bug (virus). I am putting the message here as I do not have any of your telephone numbers. I am sorry to be missing the meeting. Have a nice time and hope we can do it again some other time.

Wishing you all a Happy New Year.

best wishes,
Liz
x

martes, 14 de diciembre de 2010

Mini-Christmas Project, Reminders for 20th and 21st of December and Holiday Dates!


IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE HOLIDAY DATES

1. ** The Monday/Wednesday groups do not have class on Wednesday the 22nd.

2. ** Class resumes again on Monday the 10th of January

INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED MINI-PROJECT WORK
(This forms part of your continuous assessment and is for the 20th and 21st of December).
It contains 3 parts
A) Christmas Traditions B) Christmas Jokes....ha-ha! C) A Christmas Letter!!


A) CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS

Choose one tradition and work with a partner to get information on the tradition. These sites below will provide the answers to your tradition. Answer questions 1-10 in relation to your tradition.

Symbols and Traditions of Christmas

Christmas Traditions Explained

New Year's Traditions

Questions to answer:

1. What is your tradition called?
2. Describe your tradition.
3. What is the origin of your tradition?
4. When is your tradition held?
5. Where is your tradition held?
6. What is the symbolism behind your tradition?
7. Is it still popular now?
8. Is this tradition used in your culture? If not, is there a similar tradition?
9. What do you like/dislike about it?
10.Give a short description of a typical holiday tradition from the Canaries or Mainland Spain that is different from the holiday traditions mentioned here.


Christmas Tree (NA1B Gema+Mape) (NI1C Ana + Natalia)

Christmas Lights (NI1C Dara + Fatima)

Christmas Cards (NA1B José Luis + Marisol) (NI1C Elisabel+Guarymina)

Mistletoe and Holly (NA1B Laura + Sylvia Crespo) (NI1C Paco+Nauzet)

Poinsettias (NI1C Raquel+Susana)

New Year's Eve (NI1C Isabel + Juan)

Typical Christmas Food - Turkey, Christmas Pudding...(NA1B Alberto+María) (NI1C Patricia + Roberto)

Typical Christmas Drink
- Mulled Wine

Santa Claus (NA1B Sonia+Regina) (NI1C Iballia + Georgina)

Christmas Crackers (NI1C Hirma + Lupe)

The Christmas Stocking (NA1B Patricia) (NI1C Ana + Susy)

Christmas Carols
(NI1C Isabel + Aranazu + Hector + Pilar)

B) CHRISTMAS JOKES

Choose one joke or more and be prepared to tell it to the rest of the class. Enjoy! : ))

Jokes

Best Christmas Jokes

Best and Worst Christmas Cracker Jokes! ; )

C) A CHRISTMAS LETTER

I will give you information on this in class....it is not what you might think it is....are you curious yet? ; )


IMPORTANT:

1.Please prepare the answers to your 10 questions in relation to your tradition to hand in to me on the dates mentioned above and be prepared to explain your work to the other class-mates. I will be assessing your speaking informally during this time.

2.Please do not copy and paste (copiar and pegar!) from the websites, write the information in your own words. : )



ADVANCED: ** Remember that this week is the last week to hand in your stories.

Holiday Season English Activities!

Both Intermediate and Advanced:

1. Read up to chapter 10 in the readers.

2. Revise for the progress tests coming up at the end of January/beginning of February. (e.g. use the CD Roms... : ) ) And last but not least, have a great
holiday! :D

viernes, 10 de diciembre de 2010

Home-work week beginning 13th of December




ADVANCED

1. Completed story to hand in. (word count is 120->220)

2. Continue reading 'L.A. Movie' (chapters 5 + 6 and corresponding questions and glossary)

3. W/B page 27 Ex. 10 and 11



INTERMEDIATE

1. Continue reading 'Nelson Mandela' (chapters 5 and 6 and corresponding questions and glossary)

2. Work-book Page 15

jueves, 2 de diciembre de 2010

Home-Work for 9th and 10th of December



ADVANCED

1. Workbook pages 23 and 24 (all) and page 26 (ex. 7 only)
2. Draft of story
3. Reader L.A. Movie Chapters 3 and 4
4. EOI CD Test 3 parts 1 + 2

INTERMEDIATE
1. EOI CD Listening 11
2. Workbook page 14
3. Nelson Mandela Reader Chapters 3 + 4

Intermediate 1 A (Mon./Wed.) There will be/is a message from Alicia in NI1A related to a plan to have a drink out together on the 10th of December. Please check it if you are interested! ; ))

And last but not least, have a wonderful long week-end everybody, hope you get a chance to recharge your batteries and come back full of energy! ; )

miércoles, 24 de noviembre de 2010

Home-work Week Beginning the 29th of November



*Intermediate and Advanced:

1. Remember to check your CD ROM for extra activities that you want to do. ; )

2. Remember to return your corrected writings to class next week, please.


INTERMEDIATE:

1. EOI CD Listenings 9-10

2. Work-book Page 13

3. If you have the Reader, Nelson Mandela, begin reading the first
two chapters and the corresponding questions and related glossary.

ADVANCED:

1. Don't forget the speaking on Vocaroo if you haven't already done it, please try it....you won't regret it! ; )

2. EOI CD Test 2 Parts 3 and 4

3. Work-book pages 15/16 (Prefixes only) /20

4. Reader, L.A. Movie, 2 Chapters plus read and be able to answer the corresponding questions and check the related glossary.

martes, 23 de noviembre de 2010

Intermediate 1: Nelson Mandela Class Reader

Hi everyone,

It is exciting to be starting our first reader together. Here is a great song for you to listen to and read and sing along with. Enjoy!
We will also look at this in class.



Free Nelson Mandela
Free, free, free, free, free Nelson Mandela

Free Nelson Mandela
21 years in captivity
Shoes too small to fit his feet
His body abused but his mind is still free
Are you so blind that you cannot see? I said…
Free Nelson Mandela, I'm begging you
Free Nelson Mandela

Visited the causes at the AMC
Only one man in a large army
Are you so blind that you cannot see?
Are you so deaf that you cannot hear his plea?
Free Nelson Mandela, I'm begging you
Free Nelson Mandela

21 tears in captivity
Are you so blind that you cannot see?
Are you so deaf that you cannot hear?
Are you so dumb that you cannot speak? I said…
Free Nelson Mandela, I'm begging you
Free Nelson Mandela
Free Nelson Mandela, begging you, begging you please
Free Nelson Mandela, you got to, you got to, you got to free, you got to free, you got to free
Free Nelson Mandela
Free Nelson Mandela
Free
Free (I'm telling you, telling you, telling you)
Free (You've got to free, yeah, you've got to free)
Free (Yeah, you've got to free, yeah, you've got to free)
Free (Nelson Mandela)
Free
Free (I'm telling you, telling you, telling you)
Free (Free, yeah, you've got to free him now)
Free (You've got to free him now, you've got to free him)
Free (I'm telling you, telling you, telling you)
Free (You've got to free, yeah, yeah)
Free (You've got to free, yeah, yeah)
Free (I'm telling you, telling you, telling you)
Free (Begging you, begging you please)
Free (I'm telling you, you've got to free, yeah
Free (you've got to free)

martes, 9 de noviembre de 2010

Home-work for Week Beginning 15th and 22nd of November



* Both INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED:

1. Continue with the EOI Listening CDs. The day for finally finishing the
CDs will be the 1st/2nd of December.

2. Intermediate: Doubts on parts 1 to 8 will be discussed on 22nd/23rd Nov.

3. Continue with CD Roms.


* Intermediate:

1. Workbook pages 11/12 - doubts discussed on 22nd/23rd (Remember only do the workbook pages related to what we have done in class)


* Advanced:

1. Workbook pages 12/13/14 - doubts discussed on 15th/16th

2. Peer correction of writing for 15th/16th

3. Speaking activity from previous post.

4. Listening CDs up to Test 2 Part 2.

lunes, 8 de noviembre de 2010

ADVANCED Let's Speak About This with Vocaroo...



Hi everyone,

This is the Vocaroo (please click on the Vocaroo link)video that we are going to look at in class.(Advanced groups, today the 8th and tomorrow the 9th.where I will explain in class what we have to do...so do not worry!)

After we look at this in class first, please listen again and do the speaking activities we discuss in class. You will have a week to do the activities (Advanced the 15th/16th of November). Paste the url of the activity in the comments box, giving some feedback on what you thought of the activity.

Guidelines:

1. Use the structures we have looked at in class.
2. Speak between minimum 2 and maximum 4 minutes only.
3. Practice as many times as you want, erase the attempts that you are not happy with and post only the activity that you think is your best effort.
4. Comment on how you found this activity i.e. easy, difficult, length of time to do it etc
5. Organise your answer in the following way and write it into the comments box:

Name:
Group:
Link:
Feedback:

6. And last but not least, have fun!

jueves, 4 de noviembre de 2010

Trip to San Francisco and Las Vegas





Have you heard about the trip to San Francisco and Las Vegas that the Escuela in Santa Brigida is planning?? Go here for all the details...it sounds very tempting? ; )) Interested?

Home-work Week Beginning November the 8th



*ALL GROUPS Check dates for the progress tests in last home-work post. (grammar, vocab. reading and listening)

*ADVANCED: remember the composition dates to hand in the work. And
remember also that the composition must be hand-written.

*INTERMEDIATE and ADVANCED: Continue with the CD ROMS and the EOI CD Listenings at your own pace. The answers are up in the previous posts.

* INTERMEDIATE: Today, 4/11 and tomorrow 5/11, we will discuss a descriptive writing that you have to do for the 10th/11th/12th of November (hand-written not typed!). Plus do pages 11 and 12(not 2B) and 13 of workbook for the 10th/11th.

* ADVANCED: Work-book, pages 12, 13, 14 and peer-correction of a partner's writing
for Nov. 14th/15th. (We discuss how to do this on the 4th/5th of Nov.) Student's book Page 22 for 8th/9th of November.

* IMPORTANT: We will NOT have class on the 18th or 19th of November.

** IMPORTANT: Please check in the comments box for the link Fran left to download
the workbook listenings. It will only be active for a few days.

martes, 2 de noviembre de 2010

Congratulations to those who completed the Halloween projects!



Just to say once again that I was quite impressed by the majority of Halloween projects that were presented. Most of you made a great effort. I totally enjoyed listening to all of you ....and those Halloween jokes were great too. ; ))

The above photo is of a furry friend that we met on Halloween night up in Chira lake...remember that in Ireland and the UK, it is very lucky to hang out with black cats, even if it is on Halloween night! ; ))

So how did you spend the long Halloween weekend?

martes, 26 de octubre de 2010

INTERMEDIATE 1 LISTENING CD (EOI) ANSWERS



KEY
NI1-CD1

CD Track 1
1.6 o’clock
2.8 o´clock
3.2
4.£32
5.Wash-basin, shower and toilet
6.£36
7.At 12
8.Couchette
9.£25,80
10.Yes
11.Yes
12.No
13.2 x the single fare
14.Yes

CD Track 2

1.A monthly return
2.£24.55
3.On the return journey
4.19.00
5.About £4
6.Monday
7.Saturday
8.The return journey

CD Track3
Conversation 1
1.3.10
2.1.00
3.Two pieces
4.£20
5.No
6.18A
7.Gate 23
8.2.45

Conversation 2
1.Madrid
2.On business
3.He has nothing to declare
4.20

5.A bottle of whisky
6.No
7.No

CD Track 4
1.Yes
2.Yes
3.Yes
4.Yes
5.Yes
6.The Steak-house
7.He didn’t book the room in advance
8.£37.96
9.A receipt
10.125
11.The first floor
12.o’clock

CD Track 5
1.Tomatoes
2.Onion soup
3.Sour cream
4.A sauce of wine.
5.Cauliflower, peas, carrot or french beans
6.Boeuff Stronganoff
7.Medium
8.Red wine

Track CD 6
1.7.25
2.9.15
3.Writes a new ticket
4.From his travel agent
5.No
6.Yes
7.BZ 421 and BA 404
8.In Terminal 1

CD Track 7

1.Iceland
2.Manchester 492 6044
3.Reykjavik 73780
4.Johannesson
5.A few minutes
6.The number is engaged
7.30 minutes
8.The person is not there
9.No
10.In the morning

CD Track 8
Conversation 1

1.At the second pedestrian crossing
2.Left
3.Park Street
4.About 100 yards
5.On the right

Conversation 2

1.The third
2.Left
3.London
4.About a mile
5.Right
6.Straight ahead
7.On the right

CD Track 9
1.Renault 5 and Toyota
2.£12.40
3.Yes
4.No
5.Yes
6.No
7.£55
8.Yes, but not all cards
9.Her driving licence
10.No
11.Now
12.O’clock

CD Track 10
1.He has an upset stomach
2.No
3.Yes
4.Four or five times a day
5.No
6.Yes
7.Traveller’s diarrhoea
8.In a very few days
9.A prescription
10.A chemist
11.Yes
12.The bottle

CD Track 11
1.14th February
2.6th March
3.Brazil
4.Two
5.Men’s
6.At British Customs
7.Send it to the department store
8.The customer
9.In four or five days

ADVANCED 1 Film in relation to our 'Smoking' theme



This is the film 'Thank You for Smoking,' the rest of the film can be viewed on Youtube also. This may help you get ideas for the 'smoking' compositon.

Let us know what you think in the comments box.

domingo, 24 de octubre de 2010

Homework for Week Beginning November the 2nd



All Groups All homework for Wednesday Nov. 3rd or Thursday Nov. 4th

Advanced 1

1) Composition for Nov. 8th or 9th

2) CD (EOI) Test 1 Parts 1 and 2

3) Workbook Page 10 and 11

And 4) Progress Test on Units 1 and 2 November the 10th/11th.

Intermediate 1

1)CD (EOI) Exercise 1 and 2

2) Workbook (pages 9 and 10)

AND 3) Progress Test on all of Unit 1 on November the 8th/9th.

lunes, 18 de octubre de 2010

Advanced Listening CD (EOI CDs)


Key

TEST 1

PART 1
1 C 2 B 3 B 4 A 5 A 6 B 7 A 8 C

PART 2
9 over / more than 150 10 information assistant 11 a (small) town 12 was asleep / sleeping 13 luggage / clothes 14 Travel Care 15 Terminal Duty Team
16 check-in area 17 Passenger Services 18 flight delays

PART 3
19 E 20 A 21 D 22 F 23 B

PART 4
24 B 25 B 26 B 27 A 28 A 29 C 30 A


TEST 2

PART 1
1 B 2 A 3 C 4 A 5 B 6 B 7 C 8 B

PART 2
9 up to / no more than 4 minutes 10 special nature 11 (a) separate microphone
12 (the) best interview 13 issues 14 (any) equipment 15 (a) special project(s)
16 Our Society Today 17 clearly labelled 18 for collection

PART 3
19 D 20 F 21 E 22 C 23 A

PART 4
24 Y 25 N 26 Y 27 N 28 Y 29 Y 30 Y

TEST 3

PART 1
1 A 2 B 3 A 4 B 5 C 6 A 7 A 8 A

PART 2
9 shops (too) crowded 10 children’s area 11 not enough signs 12 comfortable seating 13 (big/wide) range of food 14 horrible design 15 bargains / low prices in the shops 16 (lots of / endless / long) queues 17 (the) fun room 18 poor quality of the food

PART 3
19 A 20 D 21 E 22 B 23 F

PART 4
24 C 25 B 26 A 27 A 28 C 29 A 30 C

jueves, 14 de octubre de 2010

Home-work for Week Beginning 18th of October



Intermediate 1

NI1C Workbook Page 7 and 8 for 21st October (correct at home, doubts in class)

NI1A Workbook Page 8 for 20th of October (correct at home, doubts in class)



Advanced 1

NA1A Workbook Page 8 Ex. 10 (a) and Page 9 for 20/10 (correct at home, doubts in class)

Students Book Page 158 Mini-check and Page 17 Practice for 18/10

NA1B Workbook Page 8 Ex. 10 (a) and Page 9 for 21/10 (correct at home, doubts in class)

Students Book Page 158 Mini-check and Page 17 Practice for 19/10


** IMPORTANT: Can all students work autonomously and decide what they need to do on their Students' book CD ROM in connection with the present Unit. Good luck! ; )

miércoles, 6 de octubre de 2010

Advanced I Image and Guardian Article Connected to it

The Guardian story of the image

This is the story connected to the image we looked at today. It shocked me quite a lot that the father had to do this but the alternative of risking losing another child is even worse. What is your reaction to this story?


P.S. Add-on: If the above link doesn't work (thanks, Raquel)this is the web address:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/feb/04/chinese-child-chained-picture

domingo, 3 de octubre de 2010

Intermediate 1 Halloween



Take a look at this video which will set the atmosphere for the following work. : )

We are going to do a Halloween Mini-Project. Here are the tasks for each group. Please write your answers in the comments box and be prepared to share this information with your partners in class on the 27th/28th of October. Good Luck!


Group 1: PUMPKINS

Use these links to learn more about Pumpkins and to answer the following questions and write any other extra information about pumpkins that you find.

Pumpkin Facts  
       
Jack-O-Lantern History

1. Where is the "pumpkin capital" of the world?
2.The largest pumpkin ever grown weighed __________ pounds.
3.Which month is when most of the pumpkin supply in the United States available?
4.Are pumpkins very easy to carve?  Why?
5. Who brought the Jack-O-Lantern to America?
6. What is a Jack-O-Lantern?

Group 2: TRICK OR TREAT

Use these links to learn more about "Trick or Treating" and to answer the following questions and write any other extra information about Trick or Treating that you find. 

Trick or Treating History

Trick or Treat Facts        

7. How did "Trick or Treating" begin?
8. Why do people wear costumes on Halloween?
9. Who brought Halloween to America?

Group 3 HALLOWEEN AROUND THE WORLD

Use the links to learn more about Halloween in many countries and to answer these questions.

Halloween Around the World and Halloweeen in Different Countries        ·        

10. In Mexico, Latin America, and Spain, All-Soul’s Day takes place on what day?  
11. Pick your favorite country and write 3-5 facts about their Halloween customs.

All Groups:

Halloween Jokes

1. Select a favourite joke and be prepared to tell it in class to your class mates, make sure the joke is different from the other members of your groups' joke! ; )


2. Please prepare some quiz questions on the part of Halloween that you have researched.

3. Next Monday/Tuesday, you will have 40-60 minutes in class to share information with your group and to decide on how you are going to present the information to the rest of the class. You will also have to organise the quiz questions for our final quiz on Wednesday/Thursday of next week.

4. Can all 3 groups be prepared to add the information that they have researched to the comments box below. The final date for contributing to the comments box is Wednesday/Thursday morning, the 27/28th of October. That afternoon in class, please be prepared to explain and discuss what you have read with the other groups. Please feel free to also present the work to the class in written form.

5. If you have any extra information on Halloweeen that you would like to share, please include it in your presentation....thanks!

Advanced 1 Halloween




Take a look at this video which will set the atmosphere for the following work. : )

All Groups (1, 2 and 3 please watch these videos on the history of Halloween and Halloween's Origins and make your own personal notes on Halloween's history.


Group 1 Go to Halloween Project and answer questions 1-6 and watch video 1 and answer questions.

Group 2 Go to Halloween Project and answer questions 7-11 and watch video 2 and answer questions.

Questions for groups 1. Find the information here.


1.What does the word “Halloween” mean?

2.Roman Catholics, Episcopalians and Lutherans used to observe All Hallows Day to honor ____________________________________________________________

3.Pope Boniface IV introduced All Saints' Day to replace __________________________.

4.When was this festival observed?

5.Who celebrated "Samhain" (pronounced "sow-in")?

6.Most of the customs connected with the Day are remnants of the ancient religious beliefs and rituals, first of the _________________ and then of the _______________ who conquered them.

Questions for groups 2. Find the information here.

7.What did the Celts believed happened on the last day of October?

8.In what century did the Christian church make November 1 All Saints' Day?

9.October 31, or the night before took on other names, what were some of the other names that Halloween was called?

10.In Sicily, what ways do they have of keeping the memory of their dead relatives and loved ones alive?

11.In Mexico, the celebrate ______________________________ which means____________________ which begins on the evening of _________________.


Groups 1
Watch this video on The Haunted History of Halloween and make notes on what you have
watched and learnt in order to explain it to the other groups.

Group 2 Watch this videon on Halloween Goes Commercial and make notes on what you have
watched and learnt in order to explain it to the other groups.


Group 3 Go to Pumpkin History and the connection with Jack o' Lanterns and watch this video on
Pumpkin History and make notes on what you have learnt.

Also can each person in your group please select a different country each where they celebrate Halloween and prepare a short account of how they celebrate it. (Ireland, USA, UK, Latin-America, China etc). Look at this website for information.

All members of group 3 can you watch this video on The History of Witches or
Medieval Witchcraft (as the video on The History of Witches seems to be down)
and make notes on what you have watched and learned and be prepared to explain it to the other groups.

All Groups:
1.
Please prepare some quiz questions on the part of Halloween that you have researched.

2. Next Monday/Tuesday, you will have 40-60 minutes in class to share information with your group and to decide on how you are going to present the information to the rest of the class. You will also have to organise the quiz questions for our final quiz on Wednesday/Thursday of next week.

3. Can all 3 groups be prepared to add the information that they have researched to the comments box below. The final date for contributing to the comments box is Wednesday/Thursday morning, the 27/28th of October. That afternoon in class, please be prepared to explain and discuss what you have read with the other groups. Please feel free to also present the work to the class in written form.

4. If you have any extra information on Halloweeen that you would like to share, please include it in your presentation....thanks!

Advanced 1 Image



This is the image connected to the picture dictation we did the other day. It's quite powerful, isn't it and of course it immediately makes one think of terrible
things.
What do you think the story is behind this image? Leave some ideas below. Thanks!

On Friday morning I will reveal the article connected to this image.

The Girl Effect: The Clock Is Ticking

Hello Intermediate and Advanced 1,

I've just watched this video and thought I would share it. My immediate reaction is:
this is an amazing video with an amazing idea that we should be trying to put into action. What are your reactions to this video? Thanks for sharing your ideas.

domingo, 26 de septiembre de 2010

Intermediate 1 'The Book of Happiness' plus Lyrics!

Hello Intermediate people ; )!

Remember we've been talking about 'happiness' in class (yes, we are that deep! ; )) and we've had a look at this fantastic video about happiness and talked about the lyrics and tried to sing along... ; )

An exercise I'd like you to do is extract from the video some of the things we can do to be happy! Remember what we talked about in class that the imperative in English is much, much easier than in Spanish! For example 'Follow your instinct!' 'Show yourself'....so we just use the verb without a subject and in the negative we put 'Don't' e.g. 'Don't Follow Your Instinct'

Can you take some of the sentences from the video and write them in the comments box! There is some great advice here and I love it all...how about you?



P.S. I have now added the lyrics of the song here...enjoy and keep practising singing! ; )

'The Book of Happiness' Song

I'm a new soul, I came to this strange world hoping I could learn a bit about how to give and take, but since I came here, felt the joy and the fear, finding myself making every possible mistake.
La la la la la la etc.

I'm a young soul in this very strange world hoping I could learn a bit about what is true and fake, but why all this hate try to communicate finding trust and love is not always easy to make.
La la la la la la etc.

This is a happy end, 'cos you don't understand, everything you have done, why's everything so wrong?
This is a happy end, come and give me your hand, I'll take you far away.

I'm a new soul I came to this strange world hoping I could learn a bit about how to give and take but since I came here felt the joy and the fear, finding myself making every possible mistake.

La la la la la la etc

Advanced 1 Timeless 'Queen' will rock you!

In Advanced 1 we are looking at past and present time phrases and using them in sentences to talk about British rock group Queen who are totally and utterly timeless in my estimation! ; ) Here is a great version of 'I Want to Break Free' which we are doing in class to complement the vocabulary activity. Listen again and leave your reactions and comments below. Some motivating questions could be:

Do you like this version?
What do you think the song is about?
Enjoy this fabulous group and if you are curious why not do some research on them and let us know in the comments box what you've discovered.



Also just to add on another Queen Song: We Are the Champions...let us know what you think of it. This song has been sung a lot in Spain recently...and maybe Las Palmas will have reason to sing it again if the city becomes European City of Culture! ; )

domingo, 19 de septiembre de 2010

I Got a Feeling (Intermediate 1)



Hello everyone,
This song is connected to our first topic. It is sung by Black Eyed Peas!
From listening to the song, can you guess what our first topic might be about?
I bet you can!!
See you in class for activities related to this song....plus a little singing on the side. : )

domingo, 7 de febrero de 2010

Philosophy of Life



What do you think of these philosophies of life?
Which two or three do you particulary like?