ETA: The head was on paper, and I had to cut it out. It's just printed on the paper, no stitching or anything. I am supposed to glue it onto the fabric with fabric glue, but I am planning on letting my framer do that. Just have to make sure not to lose the head in the meantime. lol! I'm thinking maybe I can copy it and shrink it in the copying process???
No rest for the weary around here. We got back from the girl child's graduation Tuesday night. Missed the boy child's senior award ceremony. His drama club teacher texted him to tell him he'd won the National School Orchestra Award. Here's the blurb about it from the program which we received with his award:
This award is given to the outstanding senior in the high school School Orchestra in recognition of individual excellence and contributions to the high school orchestra.
We are proud, of course.
Then Wednesday night the boy child had his school chorus concert - yes, he joined the chorus at school as well. Here he is in action with the chorus. (They had a very small guys section this year!)
He also played bass for one of the songs.
Thursday night was the boy child's school orchestra/jazz ensemble concert. It was bittersweet since it was his last one. He was praised by everyone for being a fantastic bass player -- it was good to hear he is considered a great player. Here are some pics from the evening.
Getting ready for jazz.
And here are a couple of videos if you're interested in hearing the jazz ensemble. The boy child did a great job! Sadly, it's a bit hard to hear him -- I guess video cameras don't record bass very well.
It's crazy times here. I still can't believe there is only one more school day after today for the boy child. His senior prom is in a week and a half and he graduates a couple of days after.
Apartment hunting for both kids is going on apace. The girl child will start her job in July and will need an apartment. The boy child needs an apartment at his college since dorm space is limited and he didn't make the cut. I, of course, am freaking out. My children are growing up and I'm not ready. Luckily, they are.
Thanks as always for stopping by and saying hi. I hope everyone has a wonderful week.