Greetings to the Hive Learners community.
It's nighttime here, and my entry for the creative-sunday is coming in now because I just had it done. Meanwhile, I hope you all enjoyed your weekend as much as I did. I'm looking forward to seeing the wonderful entries and getting inspired by all of you.
Having stayed at school all weekend, I was exhausted and starving when I arrived home. So I decided to cook something quick and easy for dinner. I quickly prepared some spaghetti and eggs and it was delicious. After dinner, I got ready to do my creative Sunday video.
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When I was returning home, something exciting happened. I wonder if it was seen by the entire world or if only a few people in my area witnessed it.
Can you guess what it was?
That's right, a rainbow!
I couldn't get a clear shot of the rainbow above since I was in a moving vehicle.
I was awestruck by its beauty. As I recall in the scriptures, the rainbow is a sign of God's promise that he won't destroy the world ever again. I was humbled by the sight of it and reminded of God's faithfulness to his promise.
How many of us know that story?
Even though I had said I came home feeling tired, I tried to sing an acapella cover of the song 'What dreams are made of' from The Lizzy McGuire movie.
'What dreams are made of' from The Lizzy McGuire movie The song's lyrics suggest the idea that dreams can be pursued and achieved, no matter the obstacles. It also encourages listeners to never give up on their dreams and to keep striving for success.
I haven't watched the movie in quite some time and I don't remember the story line. However, I do remember certain things that happened in the scene where they sang the song.
As the movie had shown, the girl looked identical in the movie. However, when the song was supposed to be performed, another girl who looked like the main girl sang.
My memory of the story is hazy, but I know it was an interesting movie, and I'm thinking of watching it again to refresh my memory.
In summary, The movie follows the adventures and misadventures of a teenage Lizzie McGuire and her friends as they navigate high school and life. The movie culminates in a big show where Lizzie performs her song "What dreams are made of" and wins the school talent show.
All in all, it's a movie that is not only entertaining but also inspiring and motivating.
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