I know that this is a stamping blog, but I hope you don’t mind if this proud Mom does just a LITTLE bragging about her kids. It was a BUSY week for the whole family.
As I mentioned earlier, I was asked to come and direct Moore High School’s production of “Cheaper by the Dozen”. I had the opportunity to work with the most amazing kids! Those negative things people say about teenagers didn’t apply to ANY of these kids. They were SO MUCH FUN to work with! I thought I would share a few pictures from the show.
Christina just SHINED in her role at Anne Gilbreth, the oldest daughter. She is such a talented actress and I am super proud of her. She will be attending one of the top theatre colleges next year – Oklahoma City University. Just think… years from now you might see her on the Broadway stage or on television and you’ll say, “Hey, I remember her! That’s Connie’s daughter!”
Oh, and can I show off my youngest daughter too? Ginny had her first recital yesterday. This song is the most BEAUTIFUL and powerful song I have heard in a long time. It’s from the new musical “Matilda” based on the Roald Dahl book. The pain and struggles you hear in this song are just fabulous. If you have a minute, take a listen.
Amazing, right? Ginny is only 12 but I think she has quite a future ahead of her. She love s to sing but wants to be an engineer when she grows up. She can do both though. I am so proud of her!
Yep, a VERY busy week for sure BUT I am excited to get back into my stamp room to share with you guys!
Thank you for letting me share a little personal stuff with you. I don’t do that often but I was just bursting with pride this morning and wanted to blog about it.