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Oh, I LOVE this post. It feels like I was there. Kathryn really cracked me up. I was exactly like that in plays when I was her age...those darned boys...when will they ever grow up (heheheheh)Love the costumes and the way you told the story!
And your "just sayin'" is totally hilarious!!! Love, love, love this post! You are such a GREAT narrator! Love you! Janine XO
It really was a cute play. Don't cha ya know? I enjoyed watching Brian (or the lack thereof) Don't cha ya know. Alexander was darling, don't cha ya know and Kathryn! Don't cha ya know was great!! NO I'm not biased. Don't cha ya know! Just a Mother and an Aunt of the stars! Don't cha ya know!! ;-) Good Post! Don't cha ya know. Love, Marg.
Dear Lisa,You know what? These are beautiful pictures! And you are a great storyteller!P.S. You still me owe me chocolate sundae ;-)Happy Easter to you and yours!And Lisa, I do appreciate your being very supportive during this difficult time. Thank you very much!
Oh My!!! I love this!!!Smiles and hugs my friends!
I love your little actors : ) Such fun! Awesome costumes!
Thank you for taking the time to read and comment. I will do my best to visit you back! Have a great day!