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Saturday, December 13, 2008

All I Want for Christmas is my Dignity

The program started out just fine, standing all in a line.




But then came the humiliation began.



They really were darling! There's nothing more fun than a bunch of kids singing 12 songs one word behind the teacher.

17 comments:

Antique Mommy said...

Funny!

Lindylou said...

She is beautiful. Probably wondering why she is a box, but still precious Gift from God.

Amrita said...

This is so sweet

Tammy said...

Too cute! :D

Tami said...

awww, so precious!

Smelling Coffee said...

How sweet and cute, and what great memories! I kind of miss those days. What a blessing that you get to enjoy them for another go around!

Laura said...

That is so funny! Great job capturing this memory! I think you are going to have a lot of fun with Lauren as she grows up!

Monica said...

They are all just too cute for words! I love the look on her poor humiliated face.

Gina@Chats With An "Old Lady" said...

She is a gift! I think I'll go put a box on my head and tell my husband what a gift I am!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A Stone Gatherer said...

She's precious!

creative gal said...

Too cute!!

Norma said...

Thank you Lord for humility:0)
Great things come in small packages..enjoy these moments, you know how fast they go!

Mara (the coffee lover) said...

soooo cute!

candypb said...

So cute. I love Christmas programs! I don't know who loves them more, the children or parents?

Phylicia said...

Hi Sue,

adorable! This is so funny because today I was at church helping with our own Christmas musical -- "Angel Alert" :) I enjoyed looking over your blog -- actually I found it when I went to get a 'vote for life' tag for my own. Very lovely! And your daughter is too, christmas hat and all.

I personally have a blog for teenage girls, which I teach in my home state. Stop by if you like!
In Him
Phylicia

Karyn said...

Thank you so much for your blog, which I’ve really come to appreciate. It's so important that we continue as a light to the world, especially as Christmas approaches and so many people are more open to hearing about the things of God. Thanks again, Karyn
www.christiancupid.com/blog

Roo said...

we just had our first sunday school program experience. WHAT A MOMMY MOMENT.

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