For grandpas and grandmas that live far away and aunts and uncles who are not near.
This is the whole school. We make up half of it.
They sang a song and recited some verses at the beginning.
Then Jules shared her poem about the gifts of senses that God has given to us.
Tank shared the poem about "Wynken, Blynken and Nod".
And a piano piece called "The Banjo Picker".
Daddy caught someone peeking over the back of their bench.
The older girls shared their poems next and Bugaboo had two long ones - "The Sandpiper and I" and "The Children's Hour".
Then she played her recital piece "Camptown Races".
Waterman shared his song "Covered Wagon Days".
Jones shared a poem called "Crossing the Bar",
and Sharpie recited a portion from "The Present Crisis".
It's on a canvas, and we need to find a place to hang it. It's beautiful!
Then came the snacks, which was really a lunch, and fellowship.
Our favorite lady stood in for all the grandparents and aunts and uncles who couldn't be there. We're so glad she was able to come.