We have NEVER been able to get through the end of a school year without SOME kind of DRAMA.
"Before you speak, think and be smart.
It's hard to fix a wrinkled heart."
Heart Drama: We DID learn everything in Kindergarten.
Bing! Bong! Drama: Ribbon ringlets as hair ties are awesome!
Weather Drama: Preschools transfixed by the pelting hail.
Loud Drama: What you can't hear is the SOUND a hailstorm makes! OY!
Tried to catch a bit of video:
4pm the same day. WEIRD WEATHER.
Cheerful Drama: ConGRADulations, Emily!
Frozen Drama: how about counting and sorting 800+ popsicles for Field Day?!
Shouldn't have watched that episode of CSI
where they were locked inside the freezer...
30ish popsicles for 28 classes. F R O Z E N
Field Day Drama: How to get a hula hoop from one end of the line to the other.
Preferably without knocking your friends in the face.
Thankful Drama: a little one returned to the fold after a long absence
We tried really hard:
Jumping Drama: LOVE the colors on these!
And when just jumping isn't enough:
Parachute Drama: who thought a giant parachute + lightweight,
first graders was a great idea!? NOT ME.
Even Better: PING PONGS in hurricane force winds.
Germy Drama: mother of pearl, you couldn't pay me to stick
my feet in that pool. Eew. Eew. Eew. Eew. Eew.
Real Drama: a great reminder from a kid snack
Vehicular Drama: Yes. That's an SUV.
Just past the PLAYGROUND.
ON our field. DURING the day.
We won't speculate (texting) about what the driver was doing (texting), we're just thankful everyone safely (for the most part) walked away from this accident (relatively) unharmed.
Rockies Drama: good times with the girls.
And when all the tickets are free, that's even better!
Good Night Drama