November Update!

Hello CTEBVI!

I am super sorry for not doing a blog in a while. I would like to tell you about my Halloween adventures as well as some art that I have made recently.

For Halloween my VI teacher invited me and my family over to her house for a party and trick-or-treating. She was so nice to invite us over! We played a few games. One of them was that you had to put your hand into a box and feel objects and then guess what the objects were. My mom won that one. Another game was that you got a list of words that you couldn’t say. If someone else said one of the words on the list you got to take their clothes pin, and the goal was to get as many clothes pins as you could. I won that game! My VI teacher gave me a huge caramel apple as a prize. I also won best costume and I gave that caramel apple to Miss Lindy.

Speaking of best costume, I was Hermione Granger from Harry Potter. My dad has been reading Harry Potter books to me every night. We are on the third book, the Prisoner of Azkaban. Hermione he is my favorite because she is the smartest person in her class and she is super cool.

Pictured: (l-r) Avery’s brother and Avery dressed as Hermione Granger — Photo Courtesy of Nora Crivello

Pictured: (l-r) Avery’s brother and Avery dressed as Hermione Granger — Photo Courtesy of Nora Crivello

Back to Halloween, I also got to go trick-or-treating with my brother, my mom and dad, and my O&M instructor, Mr. Nick. It was super fun to do trick-or-treating with my O&M teacher.

I would like to share with you to paintings that I have done recently. The first one is called Flowers Blowing in the Night. This picture shows flowers blowing in the wind at night. I decided to draw it because it’s fall and the leaves are falling off the trees and blowing all over the place.

Pictured: Avery Crivelo and her painting, “Flowers Blowing in the Night” — Photo Courtesy of Nora Crivello

Pictured: Avery Crivelo and her painting, “Flowers Blowing in the Night” — Photo Courtesy of Nora Crivello

My next one is called Castle on the Hill. The castle has a couple of flags, a moat and a bridge. I drew a moat because all castles have moats. I was inspired to draw this because my dad‘s favorite singer is Ed Sheeran, and he sings the song “Castle on the Hill”. My dad and I always dance to Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking out Loud” song.

Pictured: Avery Crivelo and her painting, “Castle on the Hill” — Photo Courtesy of Nora Crivello

Pictured: Avery Crivelo and her painting, “Castle on the Hill” — Photo Courtesy of Nora Crivello

I hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

 

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