(Boy, am I glad I made her change her shirt. Course, we had to go through two unacceptables before we got to one I'm not ashamed to show you a picture of.)
So, through the frustration and the arguing (yes, she is willing to argue that every math answer is right, so I have to prove they are not) she ended up on stage with a huge group of other 6th graders receiving awards for perfect attendance, A/B honor roll, and all A's honor roll. Not many 7th and 8th graders showed up to get their awards. I guess by that age they're too cool to go on stage and receive a certificate.
They also had performances of the cheerleaders and two of the four steel drum bands. The cheerleaders were good, but were pretty loud in the school theater. The steel drum bands were FANTASTIC! Who'd have thought two old men would have gotten so into steel drum music, but we really enjoyed it. The two bands we saw are large groups of kids. I'm surprised they found that many kids willing to play the steel drums on stage.
Okay, so that's all our good news for the day. I've been quilting that log cabin in 30 minute chunks and can't wait until the weekend when I can sit and sew till my heart is content. Too bad I can't multi-task math homework and quilting. But alas, I can only focus on one of those things at a time.
Take care and have a great Wednesday! Lane