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Saturday, May 22, 2010

School Play Dance Partners:


Little Missy and Mr. G.

A few days ago, Mayberry's elementary school had a school play.  It was a slapstick variety show called "Lighten Up".  I didn't know about it beforehand, or I would have been there for sure.  One of my great-nephews was in it and so were these two sweeties.  Everybody forgot to invite me.

Little Missy and Mr. G. were dancers.  During practice, the kids got to choose their own dance partners.  The story goes that Mr. G. was getting a little panicky because nobody had chosen him yet, so Little Missy picked him.  She doesn't like to see anybody feel upset.  Little Missy is just like that: nice.  Mr. G. turned out to be a good choice, because they are both the same height, were both into dancing and they both took the whole thing seriously.  Plus, they like each other.  It shows.

Little Missy wore her beautiful new dress, and Mr. G. put on his best tie for the occasion.  To hear it from April (Little Missy's mother) they were the best dancing couple on stage.  I can tell for sure that they were the happiest and most precious!

 

2 comments:

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Okay, you just made my day. What a sweet pair!

Anonymous said...

Hi Lisa, that picture and story made my day too. Too cute!

Kathy

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