"There are always people out there to be friends with."
The world is full of new experiences waiting for us especially in other countries with different people, different attitudes, and a different culture. For today's teen winter fashion and January fashion featured individual, Saharat, visiting France with his father for Christmas was more than just a simple vacation; it was a once in a life time experience because the conditions of it may never be replicated again. The country is home to Saharat's grandmother who he'd only seen one other time in his life. Saharat's trip also portrays both the reason to go out and travel the world as well as to cherish the limited time we have with family.
The moment they step on the stage, the cast of this high's schools production of the Plaza Suite play leave their younger years behind and become mature adults. There are no small parts in this drama and each actor or actress gives their own flair and progression of the story with every line they say. Plaza Suite features fashion from the 60s, and the costumes of this cast definitely bring us back to the time period. From their suits to tuxedos, fur coats to floral dresses, this play will leave the decade engraved in your mind. The plotline itself takes place in New York City's Plaza Hotel in suite 719 and is split into three separate acts that are independent of each other. Each story gives its own humor and dramatics that make it unique from the other acts.
If you're wondering what to rock this Thursday, look no further! Today's Thanksgiving fashion presents three sweater looks and styles that are sure to impress your family members this holiday around the dinner table. Everyone knows the classic v-neck sweater, but these other three are popular alternatives that'll leave you looking just as snazzy. I'd be content wearing any one of these at my own table! Speaking of my Thanksgiving, I attend two per year, each of which is very different from the other that provides me with a sense of my Filipino culture and my American culture.
Watching the 2016 Presidential Election is a nail biter with results coming in that I would have never thought could happen. We live in a democracy though. The winner is chosen by the votes, by the people. I was actually born the day George W. Bush was elected, November 7th, 2000, another very close election. Coincidentally, my older brother, Timothy, was born on Bill Clinton's second inauguration, January 20th, 1996. I guess you could say that we're quite a presidential family looking at it that way. This week, I also turned 16, an age I could have never imagined being since I was always the youngest.
Another great year and another great Halloween. Today, we're featuring not one person but six different rocking costumes for Halloween Outfits 2016. It ranges from your classic high school geek to a most elegant snow white. There's a set of dashing and shiny armor to a beautiful fairy ballerina. These costumes go from clean and simple to detailed and complex. No matter what it was, any of these favorite Halloween costumes are ones to keep in mind for next year or perhaps another costume party. Dressing up ins't just for the little ones anymore.
Religion has been a pillar of human civilization since its very beginning. The world is filled with different belief systems including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and so many more. Although we may choose different supernatural figures to worship or perhaps none at all, each religion's literature has deep morals that everybody can learn from whether we believe it happened or not. In a world where we continue to question the validity of such religions, we must remember that their stories' most important value is the lesson they aim to portray. Today's article is a mix of fashion and a little faith.