Some articles on shoes, shoe, empty:
... As an integral part of human culture and civilization, shoes have found their way into our culture, folklore, and art ... A popular 18th century nursery rhyme is There was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe ... This story tells about an old woman living in a shoe with a lot of children ...
... to play race cars -- but Paz has found an empty cardboard box and wants Rabbit to join him in a game of pretend, using the box as many different things ... LAND OF EMPTY AND FULL Paz and Rabbit find pith helmets in Pappy`s garage and want to go exploring to places far away ... fun and surprising expedition to the land of empty and full -- which is really Pappy`s kitchen ...
Famous quotes containing the words shoes and/or empty:
“If a child is feeling disappointed, angry, or afraid about something, you can be sympathetic and understanding. But you dont need to get into your childs shoes and become disappointed, angry, or afraid yourself. Parents help by standing by their children, not by taking over their childrens moods and feelings.”
—Saf Lerman (20th century)
“Hast ever ben in Omaha
Where rolls the dark Missouri down,
Where four strong horses scarce can draw
An empty wagon through the town?
Where sand is blown from every mound
To fill your eyes and ears and throat;
Where all the steamboats are aground,
And all the houses are afloat?...
If not, take heed to what I say,
Youll find it just as I have found it;
And if it lies upon your way
For Gods sake, reader, go around it!”
—For the State of Nebraska, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)