After cooking breakfast, Ken and I were on our way by 8:15 to Samantha's school for Grandparents Day! We arrived at 9 and were surprised how many people were already there for the 9:30 program.
The school goes up to Grade 4 and all of them participated in the musical program. We were so impressed with the quality of the presentation and the song selection by their music teacher. There are 4 classes in each grade level and each grade sang 3 songs. A long program, but it was so enjoyable. I give their music teacher a lot of credit for most of the songs had difficult rhythms, motions, and lots of words. The students were amazing.
Some of these pictures are a little blurry, but Ken took them from the audience and we were back about 15 or more rows!
|This is just the 4 First Grade Classes!|
|A happy little singer with a pretty necklace!|
|Samantha is a bit blurry because she is really getting into|
the motions that go with the song!
|What a smile!|
After the program, we went back to Samantha's classroom to meet her teacher, get a tour of her room, and check out her books, workbooks, and art work. Then we headed to the cafeteria for some snacks. We only left the school around 11:45 and were so glad we could be a part of this special day.
|Grandma is enjoying checking out Samantha's classroom!|
|Time to work on some projects their teacher gave the|
students and their grandparents
|Don't you just love the cowgirl boots???|
We went to visit with Lanie and Katelyn and then all of us went to lunch at the local Subway. Hard to imagine that the girls picked that over having pizza. Then we went to McDonald's to have ice cream for dessert.
|I think they liked the ice cream!|
We were back home by 3:15 and both of us were tired. So, I rested and Ken took a nap. Then we were ready to take a walk, so we did about 5000 steps. I decided that was probably enough for me to do today. They told me I could take a walk but I shouldn't over do it!
We spent the evening watching TV, reading, and I did some work on the girls digital camping books.
This has been a wonderful day!