Oda A Guacamole

Guacamole A green sauce Very delicious  It is made from the avocado I love to eat it Every single day I eat it on chips Or turn it into avocado toast Without it I would be devastated Oda A Guacamole Guacamole Una salsa verde Muy deliciosa Está hecho de aguacate Me encanta comerlo Todos los … Sigue leyendo Oda A Guacamole

A Letter to Jon Krakauer/ Una Carta A Jon Krakauer

Dear Jon Krakauer While reading Into The Wild, by Jon Krakauer, I learned that a lot can come from random adventures and being very spontaneous. This book inspired me in a way that no other book has. It influenced me to do things I have always dreamt of but never got the courage to do … Sigue leyendo A Letter to Jon Krakauer/ Una Carta A Jon Krakauer


Maravilla Yo vivo en confusión constante, Nunca sabiendo qué pasa o qué pasó. Me maravillo por qué ella dice “estoy bien” cuando está muriendo, Por qué él dice “te amo” cuando va a salirle mañana. Me maravillo. La gente dice muchas cosas, palabras, mentiras Volando por el aire Con la picadura de mil lenguas, Abejas … Sigue leyendo Maravilla

A Quote From «El Monte de las Ánimas»

"She separated the silk curtains from the bed, and was about to laugh at her past fears, when suddenly a cold sweat covered her body, her eyes became disheveled, and a deathly pallor discolored her cheeks: on the prie-dieu she saw the bloody and torn blue band that was lost in the mountain, the blue … Sigue leyendo A Quote From «El Monte de las Ánimas»

Una Cita de «El Monte de las Ánimas»

"Separó las cortinas de seda del lecho, y ya se disponía a reírse de sus temores pasados, cuando de repente un sudor frío cubrió su cuerpo, sus ojos se desencajaron y una palidez mortal descoloró sus mejillas: sobre el reclinatorio había visto sangrienta y desgarrada la banda azul que perdiera en el monte, la banda … Sigue leyendo Una Cita de «El Monte de las Ánimas»

Pultizer prize winning photo, Gender, War and Romanticism

link to 2013 Pulitzer prize winning photography link to photo of Michelangelo's Pieta What attracts me about Romantic literature is the flowery and sensual language.  The rich linguistic detail and the tormented characters of Poe, Hawthorne, and Bécquer fascinate me.  Moreover, I love observing my students when they discover a literary passage that fills them … Sigue leyendo Pultizer prize winning photo, Gender, War and Romanticism

Hero by Amelia Geist

In June 2015, the students running this blog participated in a poetry and translation project with some 8th graders from a nearby town. The younger students wrote poems for a Spoken Word poetry unit and then the RHAM students translated these poems into Spanish. In September, the AP (Advanced Placement) art students at RHAM will … Sigue leyendo Hero by Amelia Geist

Religion and the Significance it Plays

And let all who are lonely, find love.  The love of God is unconditional and sacrificial. When your world seems to be caving in before you, hold tight because you will find security in his arms. God’s arms are the arms that cure the sick, give sight to the blind, feed the hungry, and forgive … Sigue leyendo Religion and the Significance it Plays