The Third Grade Play

Prepare the cafetorium!

I am incredibly lucky, because I got to spend a good part of the last week helping with the third grade play.

Tiny Techie performs his signature interpretive dance, “They Joy of Being Two-and-a-Half and Having a Stage to Oneself.”

I had so much fun adding branches to swamp trees, creating cattails, schlepping a stump,

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and obtaining fog. Because FOG!

I also did a little last-minute costume creation for my 3rd grader. As in, between performances. My Great Blue Heron needed some new wings.

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So we raided my big bin of felt scraps, found the most heron-like colors we had, did some creative piecing, and came up with this:

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It would have been a easier if my sewing machine hadn’t quit working, but at least it was felt and easy to hand-sew.

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She looked pretty darn cute, I think.  And I’m happy that she was happy with her costume. Scrap project #8/101 complete.

I’m so proud of these kids and their teachers!

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About rbpepper

Rebecca is an artist, writer, and photographer with degrees in Theater and Social Work, and is currently a Stay at Home Mom to her three kids. Some part of her house is always a mess, she lets her kids paint on the table and design their own costumes, and she makes excellent allergen-free cookies. She lives with her equally creative husband and children in a part of Virginia known for being "pretty close to Dulles Airport", and dreams of moving to an old farmhouse in New England.
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