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Filed Under (family, school, Uncategorized) by ivy on January-7-2010

Corner Choir is holding a dinner and a song for all parents and family.

This will be held at Tater Janes( 100 Hull Road Sumiton, Al 35148) on March 27, 2010.

Time will be posted at a later date, If you wish to come please contact me. There is limited seating.

                            Thanks 😀

Filed Under (school) by ivy on October-21-2009

Here  are some important dates for choir if anyone was interested. For more info. you can check the choir website.

I will try to keep you updated. 🙂

10/28 — Caramel Apple Delivery
11/19/09 All-County Music Festival, 7:00, Boutwell Auditorium. 
12/03/09 Holiday Concert, 7:00 p.m. Corner Auditiorium (Hopefully the new one!).

04/06/10 — High School Dessert Concert
04/27/10 — Middle School Dessert Concert

Filed Under (Artwork, school) by ivy on September-26-2009


Filed Under (Artwork, school) by ivy on September-26-2009

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Filed Under (Poems, school) by ivy on October-27-2008

What is a haiku, and how do you write one?

A haiku is an unrhyming poem

Haiku’s originated from Japan, and were used as love notes from men, later the women would write poem back, called a tanka.

A haiku consists of 17 syllables; first line 5 syllables, second line 7, third line 5. A tanka however consists of 31 syllables; first, second, and third line are the same, but a tanka also has two additional lines, fourth line 7 syllables, and fifth line 7 syllables.

Haiku’s do not have an actual title, you always title a haiku, Haiku.

A haiku is ALWAYS based on nature, never anything else.

You may be wondering why I have posted this, I have posted this because in language class we were told to write a few haiku’s which I will post later.

Filed Under (school, stories) by ivy on September-26-2008

Gihala, People of the 23rd century! This is Ignito Ivy, reporting for Rock Roots, your favorite data bank. I am now experiencing one of the so-called, world famous Beatles concert. You won’t believe how different their clothes, hair, instruments, and music are from ours of the 23rd century.

I shall start with their clothes, black and gray peg-leg jeans and collarless jackets. As all you viewers know, it is illegal to wear black or gray, only pastels are allowed. But there is some good news too for the Beatles; collarless jackets are still in style. But then again, peg-leg jeans are way out.

Okay, now for their hair. Oh! Their hair! Many of the people here keep saying they love the Beatle’s “long” hair. Well, it really isn’t long. It doesn’t even touch their shoulders. Everyone back home, as you know, your hair must touch your heels. Plus, their hair is black! But I guess that’s what’s was in style in the 20th century.

Now here’s a real shocker, their instruments. The Beatles are seen playing solid drums and guitars! Nothing like our Mind-o-Instruments, back home. They are holographs. You can actually see each finger or hand move on every beat. I really can’t decide which century’s instruments I enjoy best, but I am leaning toward the ones of the 20th century. I am quite enjoying actually being able to “see” each note. Now lets move on.

Last, and certainly most important, their music! As I listen to their music, I am amazed at how clear and smooth it is! So unlike our music back home that sounds all cracky. It sounds almost like our radiophones keep skipping. Also, as I’m listening I have come to figure out these songs have meanings. Way different from every song at home being about nothing, just a bunch random sound.

This has been Ignito Ivy reporting for your favorite databank, Rock Roots! I hope you enjoyed the 1960’s, because next week we’re going back to the 21st century. Who knows what it’s like there! Booha everyone!