|Hearing about who sits where in the truck|
|The heat gun|
|Holding the hose with Sierra|
|Offering for them to touch the suit...they didn't exactly jump at the chance, though.|
|She was pretty disappointed when we went to deliver this because they weren't there...hopefully they got it and it made them smile, even though I'm sure they get tons of these...I like to think they love getting them, not matter how often it happens!|
I also wanted to share with you a couple of projects I just finished up for our upcoming, first annual "Family Housing Theatre Workshop" performance. I work as a Resident Manager where we live and part of the job involves running activities for our residents. This summer, I decided to do a Theatre Workshop...about half the summer, we just played a bunch of theatre games during our meeting times but then we started working on staging a VERY simple version of The Three Little Pigs. I definitely learned a lot about what NOT to do the next time I do it but we had tons of fun, and the kids are too cute. Come performance time (this Wednesday) all I'm hoping for is that they will all be brave enough to actually go on stage. I don't even care if they are too shy to say their lines, just as long as they go out there and look cute. The whole play takes about 5 minutes, and I can't wait to see how they do!
Anyway, I decided to make a little program and some t-shirts for them to wear during the performance and then hold onto after all is said and done. For the program, I had to actually glue the text on the page next to their pictures and then photocopy that, since my computer knowledge and our actual software for designing such things is pretty minimal. So, it doesn't look as clean as I had dreamed it would but it's still pretty cute. I hope you can read the text because it's perfect:
|Front of the Pig Family shirts|
|The "Seller" shirts|
|Big Bad Wolf!|
UPDATE: Here's the video of the performance!