Sunday, January 13, 2013

After watching he video, "Between the folds," it gave me a better sense of how unique and cool folding paper into those shapes is. Regardless of the design, the art of folding paper is made great by the fabulous artists who work day and night making fold after fold, crease after crease, masterpiece after masterpiece. The video also amazed me in that people are willing to spend there lives on one project, and not quit on it. They work deep into the night on one small piece, knowing they have to get it just right, instead of turning out the light at 3:ooam and catching s wink. They see it as there best craft, and they ow me each and every day.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Evan's Object

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Halloween has always been a fun time for everyone. It has been a holiday full of enjoyment and excitement. At Booker T. Washington high school, it becomes ten times that. Being able to see kids dress up in the craziest of costumes and outfits, yet still put on the show Booker T. puts on day in and day out. This one day has turned into one of the most funny, electrifying, and enjoyable days I've had at this amazing school. Halloween today made me even more energized and eager to attend this school each and every day. I saw one kid dress up as a character in the Hunger Games, one of many costumes that make you look twice. I love this holiday, and can't wait for it to come again.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012


My name is Evan Michael Siegel. I am fourteen years old and attend Booker T. Washington High School in Dallas, Texas. I am a guitarist, and enroll in the music cluster at Booker T. Guitar and sports are my two biggest interests. Since a very young age, the only things I would ever do in my down time would be affiliated with sports or music. I find it a huge privilege to go to Booker T., because going to Booker T. allows me to learn more about music and gain the experience that it takes to be successful in the business. I have two sisters, a dog, and two wonderful parents. Now you know something about me. Thanks.