Four more days of school before break and I have to do:
Powerpoint for painting
Powerpoint for portfolio seminar
portfolio seminar presentation
1 portfolio folder with revised resume, arts statement, cover letter, cd with case cover
A interview with an artist
Still life painting (oil paints)
Life sized nude of myself for drawing anatomy
Ten page research paper
Need to get myself photographed for my digital imaging project
Digital imaging poster project
In class paper
Portfolio review in painting
portfolio review in drawing anatomy
Veggie Still Life
Other Veggie Still Life
Update: my I have an extra week for my painting class. So that helps!
Update: Frank gave us two more still life’s of fucking veggies due on the 17th.
Update: The snow cancelled classes. This makes me wonder if I will have to do the veggie still life paintings. Lets hope not.
girl scouts are letting in trans* girls and letting girls replace God with whatever they want in the pledge, also they use cookie income to support abortion and LGBT agendas
boy scouts are just now allowing gays in, officially in january, but gay leaders are still banned and they’re talking about segregation on camping trips, with gays and straights in different tents. also they still ban atheists,
girl scouts: 10000 boy scouts: 0
I’m glad to here they are allowing the girls to say what they want instead of God in the pledge. I think that makes girls of all backgrounds comfortable with saying the pledge. When I was younger and in scouts that wasn’t something I thought about but looking back we really shouldn’t have needed the God part. I mean I know Girl Scouts are an old group so it makes sense with the time Girl Scout’s started but times are changing and I’m glad the Girl Scout’s are starting to move with the times.
I think people look at girl scouts as little girls selling cookies and learning how to sew and yes I did both but I also did so much more. I learned about the world around me and the cultures in it. I went to a rock climbing gym, I learned how to row boats and safety that goes with it. I learned first aid. I learned about Astronomy and the constellations. We had a whole day were multiple troops got together and helped collect stuff for mothers and families that had little money and needed baby products. We worked making meals for the homeless. We spent time in old folk homes cheering up the elderly. The sewing I learned was to make hats for cancer patients and cat/dog beds that were giving to animal shelters. The cookies I sold taught me how to get out there, sell a product and be confident in myself. We learned how to do team building activities, work together, and be accepting of our differences.
So to people who think Girl Scouts is for training girls to be domestic house wives your wrong. It’s about learning and helping the your community and the people in it. It’s about learning how to problem solve and working together. It’s so much more then selling fantastic cookies. Support your local Girl Scout Troops.