Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Matthew Shepard's 10 Years & Project Planned

About Matthew Shepard:

The life and death of Matthew Shepard changed the way we talk about and deal with hate in the United States. For the past eight years, the legacy of this remarkable young man's life has challenged and inspired millions of individuals to erase hate in all forms. Although his life was short, it continues to have a great impact on both young and old alike.

The story of Matthew Shepard begins on December 1, 1976 when he was born prematurely to Judy and Dennis Shepard in the small city of Casper, Wyoming. Matthew attended school in Casper until his junior year of high school when he finished his primary education at The American School in Switzerland. His experience abroad fueled his love for travel. He took the opportunity to explore Europe and learn multiple languages including German and Italian.

Matthew was an optimistic and accepting young man. He always put his family and friends first and had a special gift of relating to almost everyone. He was the type of person that was very approachable and always looked to new challenges. Matthew had a great passion for equality and always stood up for the acceptance of people's differences. Throughout his life he expressed his love for acting by becoming very active in community theater both on and off stage.
Matthew's college career took him to a number of different universities and later ended up studying political science, foreign relations and languages at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. He was extremely interested in politics and was chosen as the student representative for the Wyoming Environmental Council.

The horrific events that took place shortly after midnight on October 7, 1998 went against everything that Matthew embodied. Two men, Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson, lead him to a remote area east of Laramie where they demonstrated unimaginable acts of hate. Matthew was tied to a split-rail fence where he was beaten and left to die in the cold of the night. Almost 18 hours later he was found by a cyclist who initially mistook him for a scarecrow.

Matthew died on October 12 at 12:53 am at a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado. His entire family was by his side for the last few days of his life. His funeral was attended by friends and family from around the world and gained the appropriate media attention that brought Matthew's story to the forefront of the fight against hate.

This tragedy helped the nation wake up to the fact that hate and discrimination still lives in our communities, our schools and our families. Although his life was cut short, the impact of his spirit is great.

Matthew Shepard Foundation

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Matthew Shepard Project Planned on October 12th, for honoring and remembering him again for his ten years since 1998.

We just needing your support and help too for giving me more short films, or and you just can take a video of yourself with a candle or more. Like...mention about him in 1998 to 2008, for example: "Why support? Why hate? And etc..." like that. You know???

Hope this does helpful to you.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Bernard Bragg's 80th Birthday Bash

Transcript: What She Said
I look forward to celebrating Bernard Bragg 's 80th Birthday Bash in Kellogg Conference Center at Gallaudet University. He was my inspiringly educator and director when I was a student in Deaf Studies Department at California State University, Northridge. I remember when I was a little girl; I was in awe to see Bernard Bragg up on the stage translating Shakespeare from English text to sign language. The tickets for the Bash will be contributed to NTD and NAD. Please buy ticket now because it's deadline by September 30th. Come over and celebrate with us. Please dress up, not dress down. If you can't afford to buy nice clothes, you can go to Thrift store or Goodwill store. I always donate my clothes to Thrift and Goodwill store. They should have some nice clothes. :o)

I've met Bernard Bragg in between 1996 to 1998, but I did not have his autograph yet. And I wish I have a newspaper of all deaf students and a teacher with Bragg. He's a wonderful performer on the stage for all deaf and hearing people.

Check His Website, Life and Works of Bernard Bragg - click it link.

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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Chicken-egg Scrambled with Vegetables Soup

Chicken-egg Scrambled with Vegetables Soup Recipe:

Chicken Broth or Bouillon to add more taste flavor

2 eggs (scrambled)

Water 2 or 1 and 1/2 cups

Butter 1 or 2 tablespoons

Vegetables frozen bag 1/4 or more

Pepper 1/2

Basil 1/2

Just a pan with whatever you like to turn medium heat, and you also could egg scrambles by yourself. Add pepper and basil into it while you boiled the water for chicken broth or bouillon, and before the first one is butter for eggs. Sorry, this is so sloppy direction for you, but you can add water or butter for vegetables to taste the best ever!

Don't you try it?

It's pretty good taste and enjoy soup!

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

An Afternoon & Night Day Photos

A night day, I started a decision to showing you some photos before I leave home by tomorrow. I am going to visit my best friend, Amber, and I also am sleepover at her house for a few days or a week. It depends on our planning right now. I'll probably make a new video or more too! Yeah! Go ahead to shout a loud like WHOO!! I know you are not a loin, excuse me! (Chuckling)

Ah! I am a ghost reflection glass door!

They are my reflection foots!

What a pretty orange flowers! Orchid?

Bernie!! I am so surprised he's sleepy in the restroom! I decided to take a picture him!

I was just trying to take a professionally photo of Bernie while he's sleepy in the restroom, because I thought it looks so cutest viewing of him. Now he came to me while I took like this picture!

Want a pickle?

I started to force him stayed with me while I took a picture! He's so stubborn dog! My gosh! I looked like a slob or cranky or something like that face!

What a sunset! This pictured I took that Labor Day.

I love this one look like a scene movie or something. Great photo!

Monday, September 01, 2008

How to decoupage with Mod Podge

Happy Labor Day!

I am bored today and I decided to get turn on the computer. I am surfing around the Internet what I would like to read any blogs. I now found this about "How to decoupage with Mod Podge", and I thought it really is a cutie ones. I want to share with you all here.

By How About Orange:

"How to decoupage with Mod Podge"

This is a glass vase I decoupaged with pages from an old hymn book I found by the dumpster. Here's what I did if you want to give it a whirl.

More Info: click here!

I shall try to make like this Mod Podge when I find a glass vase. It probably goes to make an awesome vase whatever I want to decoupage on the vase with like artsy pictures sorta kinda like newspapers.


Thanks for reading!

Have a wonderful Labor Day!