Can you guess the play?
For me, I see beyond the cute. I've been part of their lives since they were three. I've watched them blossom and a lot of them dig deep and find something they didn't even know they had.
My memory of Miss Sidly, my Playdate friend of ten years, is at the Christmas performance when she was three, staring at the audience with tiny fingers in her mouth, no words coming out at all. Today she was the beautiful, talented, singing, sparkling, dancing, Inner Planet Janet- precious.
I've had the privilege of being her teacher this year. I will be sad to turn her over to my partner in crime, our sixth grade teacher, Brittany. The third person in this musical business had to catch plane and I didn't get Lori's picture.
I love to see them shine. Well, mostly I guess I love to imagine it, as I'm the backstage person, handing off props and helping people change.
I guess you never get to old to appreciate some support of your craft. I was so excited to see friends and family come to the show.
Not many principals, drowning in their own May Madness would give up a Saturday evening for another school, but there she was.
Oh my, my little Giddy-Up looks like he's six here. So handsome. He enjoyed the show.
A final blessing on their performance.
Whew, camp is up next- give me strength.
My cousin Diane lost her husband to cancer this week and my niece found out her husband, Anthony has cancer. Don't you hate cancer. So awful. I know all prayers are appreciated.