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My Scrooge

My son was the lead in the 6th Grade Christmas Pageant at school tonight! He played the Scrooge part of an adapted script of A Christmas Carol (done by one of the teachers at the school!). His name was Earl Sweeney - he did fantastic! We weren't allowed to take photos or video (I was SO disappointed because the engineer is on a business trip and had to miss it) but here's a photo of him (and some random people I don't know) at the cookie reception afterward. His face tells it all! That's his nightcap and nightshirt that my mom made for him, especially for the play! He is wearing it to bed tonight! (P.S. What am I going to do when my mom can't sew anymore?!??!?!)


Anonymous said…
what a handsome fellow! you must be very proud!
Hey doesn't look much like a Scrooge with that sweet face. So glad he did well. You might have a future actor on your hands.
stregata said…
Sounds like it was fantastic. Although he doesn't look like a "bah, humbug" kind of guy to me! LOL
SummersStudio said…
How sweet he is and I agree with Renate, not a lot of bah, hum bug looking kind of guy. Must have been great acting and how fun to have a lead role!

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