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Sungkou is a very small town in China that not many people know about and it was my favorite stop. It is a beautiful and charming place with amazing people and delicious locally grown food and tea! #charmingtown#china#magical#yongtai
The Story of A Christmas Carol, Part One
Our story begins on Christmas Eve with Scrooge and his poor clerk Bob Cratchit working away in Scrooge’s counting house—a grim and cheerless place if there ever was one. Cratchit tries to work, but is drawn to the merry sounds of Carolers and folks engaging in last-minute shopping on the street outside. Scrooge has no patience for everyone’s apparent good cheer, and is annoyed to find his clerk so distracted from the tasks at hand. He shouts to the Carolers, “Go somewhere else and bellow your blasted carols or I’ll give you something, all right!” Scrooge is not a charitable man in heart or in spirit. When those with more generosity speak of helping the needy in the spirit of Christmas, he often declares, “The poor, the poor! The poor are not my doing. Are there no prisons? Workhouses? I don’t make merry myself at Christmastime and I can’t afford to make a lot of idle people merry. I help to support the establishments that take care of the poor—they cost enough! Let those who are badly off go there. Christmas! Bah Humbug!” -
Check back soon for our continuing story of A Christmas Carol!
Purchase your tickets for our December 2nd performance at the Peabody Auditorium box office, located at 600 Auditorium Blvd in Daytona Beach, M-F, 10:30 AM-5:30 PM, or visit www.peabodyauditorium.org (additional surcharge added by Ticketmaster for online sales). Discounts available for seniors (65+), children (under 12), military personnel, first responders and large groups when you purchase your tickets at the Peabody box office.
Photo by Greg Keller, Frame & Photo Works
And this is my ultimate contribution to my first challenge on Instagram ! #animal#folktaleweek2018#guepard 😻I must admit it looks like a lovely carré from @hermes which I love !!! Finally I really enjoyed this adventure and I would like to thank the co founders of #folktaleweek 🙏🏻✏️I wanted to imagine a fairytale easily understandable without words.... but I guess I was a little bit too ambitious ! So my story is about a little baby #witch who rambled in the #forrest and used her #magical powers to play with colors and black and white. Her desire was to change the color of her beloved cat but she made a terrible mistake and transformed him into a ghost...she sat in the wood, in tears, and saw a ladybug ! She made the wish to find her cat, then discovered a #mirror, went through... and finally met her cat turned into a #cheetah ....