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Rock On, Dude!

Yea, so, here come some VERY interesting photos.  In fact, they're so interesting I'll probably be disowned for displaying them here on my blog.  Most of you probably already know I was a teacher for 8 years before becoming a stay-at-home mom and a full-time photographer.  My mom is an elementary school principal (I guess I inherited the education gene).  She is constantly surprising me with fun and interesting stunts she's pulling at her school to keep her kiddos engaged in the learning process…

Which leads us to her latest stunt…

On the last day of school (at many schools here in Oklahoma) the students get to participate in a "so called" talent show competition display.  Basically this means the students get to dress up and sing, dance, tell jokes, act out a skit, tumble, play a banjo…or whatever else may strike their fancy.  Every year the teachers also participate.  Since my mother was a teacher for many years before becoming a school principal, she just can't let the teachers have all the fun.  This year was no exception.

I didn't actually get to see the skit itself, but I was there for the pre-show preparation and as luck would have it, I just happened to bring my camera.  Yippee for you guys!

AND, the best part is… you also get to see my sister-in-law all gussied up since she is the school secretary and my mom would never want to leave anyone out…
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Here is my mom and my friend Karri (the assistant principal) getting ready for the big show.Mom School 015and, of course, Ty had to be right smack in the middle of it all.
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Yes, my poor mom is the one with the green hair.  Isn't she lovely?
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and if you want to know what they sang for the wonderful elementary school children in their care…

click below.

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Anna at Hank & Willie - What a RIOT! And it makes the teachers and admins seem so approachable, not so when I was a kid! :)

cynthia - ok…that was hilarious!
go mom!

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