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An Excerpt From The Homework Project, 2013

One of my favourite household objects can come in many shapes, sizes and colours. The most common style in my home is silver with a small amount of detail along the ridge, and always rectangular to ensure an easy fit. The large ones get hung on the wall for all to admire, and the smaller ones are placed in visible places around the living room, bedroom, and office. In my home, I use the larger ones to contain great works of art that bring me joy. The smaller ones contain treasured memories and the smiles of loved ones to brighten up my home. My favourite household object can hold the identity of others by way of photographs, paintings, and documents, but can you figure out this object’s identity?


Nature Abhors A Vacuum

Remember when clearing a space, the final step is to re-fill the cleared space with

unconditional love, beneficial energies, and healing intention.


Best Wishes,




An Excerpt From The Homework Project, 2013

A Birthday to Remember

The birthday I remember most was when I turned 25. I did not have a party or have friends over. I remember it because I got my very first apartment by myself. I took the day off work so I could be alone. I bought myself a new painting that I liked a lot. That birthday was the start of my new life away from home. The painting was on my wall until I moved out five years later. Now it is in my new home where I am living with my new husband. When I look at the painting, I will always remember turning 25 and making a new life for myself.

Cherry Blasters

An Excerpt From The Homework Project, 2013

Our Florida Vacation

The first and only time that I went to Florida was when I was ten years old. I went with my parents. We saw Disney World, the Kennedy Space Centre, and some very hot beaches. It was a very fun time. We stayed for one week, but had to catch our flight on time. The weather started to turn bad on our last day there. We got home just in time for a hurricane to hit Florida. Good thing we made it back safely! We were glad.

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An Excerpt From The Homework Project, 2013

Making the Perfect Cup of Tea

An enjoyable cup of tea is easy to make, but so many people do it incorrectly. Follow these simple steps to make a delicious cup, every time.

Begin by pouring spring water into a medium-sized pot and set it on the stove at medium-high. Cover with lid to help water heat evenly.

Next, prepare your teapot by placing your desired tea bag inside. Usually, one pot will take two bags for a good brew. Check the packaging instructions to be sure of the potency.

You will hear a gurgle sound coming from the pot. When this begins to happen, remove the lid, and keep a close eye on the water.

Bubbles will appear on the surface of the water. Remove the pot from the heat and let stand for one minute. Remember to place the pot on a heat-resistant surface or cooling stand.

Add water to teapot and let steep for 5 minutes.

Your tea is ready for your finest china. Enjoy!