Tag Archives: American folklore


Lizzie Borden – Nursery Rhyme

Main Piece: Subject: I grew up in the town next to Lizzie Borden… where Lizzie Borden was. Lizzie Borden was from Fall River and I was from Tiverton, the town over. And I can remember I took pottery classes right near Lizzie Borden’s house. We all knew the story of Lizzie Borden. That she took… Continue Reading »

Tomb visiting day in Taiwan

Background information: My friend introduced me to a practice that he and his relatives often perform surrounding the celebration of his ancestors. He is of Taiwanese descent, as he was born in San Francisco, California and both of his parents were born in Taipei, Taiwan. His family moved to California since before he was born… Continue Reading »

“When you know a thing, allow that you know it, and when you do not know a thing, allow that you do not know it. This is knowledge.”

  “So in other words, knowledge– know it alls are kind of… stupid and the fact that they think they know it all.  Really knowledgeable and smart people are those that are open– they open their mind to learning… all the time.  And so if you don’t know something then you say, “Oh, tell me… Continue Reading »