We started the school year. Lillian and Hannah started school right after Labor Day. Lillian is rocking the home school. She gets all of her assignment done quickly and is able to be a helper at the Dance Studio and take classes in the afternoons. Hannah isn’t thrilled with her schedule. She doesn’t have many classes that have friends in them. This year the high school is also having two lunches and her friends are not all in the same lunch. It could be a looong year! Hannah also joined the Model UN club this year. She is also continuing to practice driving… I love her driving outfits (her footie jammies) in particular.
She is a fashion deva… see future fashion plates later in the blog. LOL.
Mom closed her show, Your’e A Good Man, Charlie Brown. It was a great show. I had a great cast. I will miss seeing most of them everyday (I do see a couple of them everyday ;))
We did a fund raiser performance for Children’s Educational Theater. I laughed out loud when I saw this life size cut out of Robert… a.k.a. Charlie Brown. Laughed even harder when I saw he posed with himself.
We had a cast party after the final show. I gave all the cast the jammies that we made for the show. Dani (my AD) made the cast these cute little gnomes of each of the characters. I’m glad she can take my cash and make something cute and creative out of it because I was too tired to be creative.
We nearly finished the set for Beauty and the Beast at Central High School. I volunteer two hours a day at the high school and help with the make up class and the tech class. Jeff was super sick for a week. I ended up teaching the classes those days while the subs sat and watched me. I decided I need to get on getting a sub licence. I’m just waiting for my transcripts now and them I will pay for the privilege to sub. Laws are weird like that.
I will write more about the set in the Beauty and the Beast blog. Just know that we created multiple rolling stair units and a couple flying walls. There are so many scene changes in a short amount of time! it’s even worse when it’s a Junior version… which we are doing.
Hannah and Lillian and I have also been going to all the rehearsals after school. I’ve been helping three days a week with blocking and stuff. It makes for a some longs days.
For my free time I made this cute dress… it’s like a dafadil … with a head band…
… a blanket… I forgot to take a picture…
… and this blessing dress, booties, and head band for Lenayah…
The dress turned out so cute! I will have to try that again… but I might need to make it slightly bigger. It nearly didn’t get on Lenayah. LOL.
Then, we drove to Logan to witness Lenayah’s baby blessing.
Hannah, once again, traveled in style. I am sure that all the people at all the places we stopped (Wal-Mart, gas station, rest areas) were all jealous that that weren’t as stylish as Hannah in this outfit.
It took us 13 hours to drive there.
We sang the whole way to pass the time.
And we did home work…
… and watched movies on dad’s phone….
We had fun visiting with Myles, McKay, Lenayah and family. Grandma and Grandpa Boyack, Mark and Lesa and 4 of their kids, MaryJane and Jim and 2 of their kids, Montana, Anna, and Myles mom, sister and brother with his wife all came for the great event.