Last week, our grandsons Casey and Garrett came to visit us. Casey (from Eugene) came to work with me at the pre-school, and Garrett (from Washington) went to work with Cary at La Pine Redi-Mix. They were both great workers, and it was fun to spend so much time with them.
Last Friday, the big kids put on a play of The Three Little Pigs for us. They worked hard on the props and practicing, and the event was a lot of fun.
The Three Little Pigs:
|The Big Bad Wolf|
|The Three Little Pigs|
|Ms. Lauren, the director, producer and narrator.|
|The houses made of straw, sticks and bricks.|
|The Wolf says: "Little Pig, Little Pig, let me come in!" The Pig replies, "Not by the hair of my chinny, chin-chin!"|
|"Then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house in!"|
|The brick house turned out to be more of a challenge than the other two houses were.|
|So, the Wolf climbs up onto the roof to go down the chimney, only to be met with a pot of boiling water. That was the end of the wolf! The pigs won.|
|"The Baby" was delighted by the whole play. (He's not really a baby anymore, but he is the closest thing that we have.)|
|They did the play a second time so that Ms. Julie could watch it too.|
A grand time was had by all:
After the play was over, we put our shoes on and went on a long walk:
It's not a bad gig.
Thanks for your help, Casey! We all missed you this week.
~ Kathy M.
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