The kids did a fabulous job performing, and despite the rain they sounded awesome and got loud cheers from the crowd.
The football team fared pretty well too-skunking their opponents by quite a few touchdowns.
The dance? Well, we got a bit of a report from the attendee himself. He enjoyed the time with his "girl" friend (not "girlfriend") and was also apparently challenged to a dance battle, of which he won by finishing it off with a "K" kick. (I guess those dance lessons paid off after all! ;)
I only have a few pics of the day (as it was raining I was not going to take out my fancier camera) and here they are:
The drum line preparing for the Parent Preview that occurred on Thursday evening:
Mick and I have been busy getting into full-fledged Band Booster Parent mode. Here he is helping assemble the props for the program. I spent the evening selling kettle corn for fundraising.
He has taken it with him everywhere and was on a mission to solve it. After a sudden shriek thundered through our home on Fri, rendering the parents in the domicile thinking their child had been seriously hurt, we found that he had indeed solved it. And within 24 hours he had solved it -fourteen times. Because once wasn't enough! ;)
I actually pulled out a sweater and my fav leather boots for the big festivities. Sporting the red in support of my son's high school.
We were so excited that "We have a slab!" Coming from people who have never built a house, it's kinda a big deal.
And since it rained most of the weekend, I had a bit of a chance to get a little scrapping in. I worked on Project Life and created this layout:
Stitching, misting, die-cutting, vibrant colors and pretty patterned papers all = a fun afternoon of scrap play.
Be back later with a few more crafty creations! Happy Monday all!