It's beginning to look a bit like Christmas. . .
Some decorations have found their special place.
Others lay around waiting, hoping to be displayed.
Creative moments to lighten the last week of teaching, resulted in fun new ornaments from last year's photos.
Monday Night Meal at Steph and Karen's has the same effect, especially when this fun family is there.
My year-end letter, written the week of Thanksgiving, started out 2015--Year of the Robot. Half a page listed all the activities and involvements related to the robotics team Mike mentors. And, it's not over! Since then there have been new developments and activities--the possibility of moving the shop and growing the team, seeking more sponsors, inviting guest speakers, and promoting the program.
|Mike sharing at Inspire Academy|
I had many fun photography opportunities. A friend asked me to take some photos to include in her annual letter. Well, "Dawling" Dorothy is full of fun even though not able to do or go as much as she'd like.
For six months she has been without most of her teeth, waiting on new ones. For one reason or another her dentures have been delayed, lost, postponed, refitted. . . you name it!
So she wanted to show the many faces she can make!
|"Serios, por favor."|
Kayla taught 15 dance classes this semester at Cornerstone for the Arts in Muncie, mostly the young and very young. Twelve of her groups participated in the Christmas show. I found perfect seating to capture each performance on camera.
Kayla Kern's Dance Students.
Later that evening I was invited to Navidad Latina where I met many students from Latin American countries and took many more photos.
Only ten days to complete the preparations for the biggest celebration of the year! Let's enjoy every minute.