I haven’t been posting because I got a full time teaching job teaching elementary art! Yahooooo! More to follow.
On April 27th, I headed down to the Metropolitan Museum of Art by myself. As much as I love exploring art with my friends, it’s nice to go explore a museum or a gallery by myself.
I spent most of my time in Arms and Armor and the American Wing.
Here are my sketches:
Long time, no post!
But all for good reasons! I’ve been subbing, teaching after-school/enrichment video game creation classes, working one-on-one with an 8 year old boy with autism, and tutoring 3 siblings in drawing. At the same time, I’m still looking for my full-time art teaching position and creating artwork for my Etsy and Society6 stores.
However, every once in a while (even if I don’t need it at the moment) I can use a pep talk.
As a person who was born in the 80s, “Boy Meets World” was one of my favorite shows growing up. Come to think of it, I can’t imagine any show today that is just as wholesome without being too preachy or gimmicky. “Boy Meets World” also includes one of the best T.V. teachers in the world, Mr. Feeny. I always thought it was a tad unrealistic that Mr. Feeny was their teacher from 6th grade to college but it made for some many amazing life lessons from the man himself.
This post is inspired by Buzzfeed’s “18 Things We Learned from ‘Boy Meets World‘” and “14 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Boy Meets World.”
Note: Some of the images below are featured in the above articles while some are from searching Pinterest.
That you always need that one person to turn to for wisdom:
About how we take things for granted:
About being open of the unknown:
Final scene of Boy Meets World (have tissues ready):
Bonus Eric Matthews wisdom:
The Feeny Call
Take a break from Black Friday and grab these foods of thought about gratitude.
Related links for Thanksgiving week:
Some advice from Dr. Wayne Dyer on being grateful while at the same time inviting more abundance into your life:
Make an effort to be thankful for what you have and who you are each day. Do this even if you want more and dislike who you are. Being thankful upstages greediness and focuses your thoughts on abundance. The universe seems to provide abundantly when we are in a state of gratefulness. The less we need to have more, the more we seem to get!– Wayne Dyer You’ll See It When You Believe It: The Way to Your Personal Transformation
From the Adobe website
“Eighty-eight Percent of U.S. Professionals Surveyed Believe Creativity Should be Built into Standard Curricula”
Creativity isn’t limited in art. It’s also just as important in math and science.