Scrooge was amazing! Tons of people came, lots that I've never seen before. The gospel message was clearly presented through the words of the play. I'm so glad I got to be a part of it. And I had lots of fun acting. :) Here are some pictures.
the nativity scene
testing the fog machine
Scrooge getting makeup on
we used so much makeup in our 3 performances!
makeup and costumes on, ready to go
my costume, minus the gloves
backstage during intermission
Tiny Tim and the ghost of Christmas past
the grave diggers and Marley, the best song in the show! (in my opinion)
Today is opening night for Scrooge! I'm so excited, and a little nervous. I hope everyone who sees this performance will be blessed by the message of salvation portrayed. May God be glorified through us! (will post pictures after the last performance)
Well, Thanksgiving has come and gone. I enjoyed watching the Macy's Parade in the morning. A married couple and Andrew came for dinner. The meal was delicious, as usual, especially the sweet potatoes. Today my family went to a Christmas tree farm and picked out a tree. Then we decorated it when we got home. It was fun! :) Here are some pictures.
We saw a "Charlie Brown" Christmas tree. :)
Ben and Wes
cute little donkeys
Back at home decorating our tree.
Mom's snowman collection
the newest addition
putting tinsel on the tree...
putting tinsel on each other
And our finished tree:
The Christmas season has officially begun in our house. I love this time of year. :)
Scrooge is really coming together. We started practicing in the auditorium, so it feels more official now. Just 3 weeks left until opening performance! :)
School has gotten harder, 'cause I'm learning the names of muscles and the places they attatch to the bones. I haven't been studying as much as I should. I've been using my free time to relax and watch Lost. I need to get serious about school.
Pictures from school:
Oh, I start clinics next Friday (Dec. 2). Basically, anyone can come to the school and pay $25 to get a full-body Swedish massage from a student. I'm nervous and excited. Hopefully I'll do well.
I finally have time to post my pictures from the beach. So, enjoy. :)
On the way there
the ferry from Cedar Island to Oakracoke Island
Oakracoke Island lighthouse
Waiting in line for the ferry from Oakracoke to Hatteras Island. The island was flooded because of hurricane Irene.
the next morning, in our beach house We didn't spend much time in the water, 'cause the waves were rough. We made some cool sculptures in the sand - Anna's feet had one big shoe, and Christianne became a mermaid. giant footprints on the beach! Monday morning we build a sandcastle. There was lots of foam on the beach. Further up the beach, we saw a cool sand sculpture. sunset Tuesday was Mom's birthday... store-bought key lime pie hanging out Wednesday morning the weather was perfect! in the afternoon we climbed the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse view from the top looking towards Avon, where our beach house is Christianne and Wes after dinner "sleeping", the new fad soon to replace "planking" sunset again I didn't take any pictures Thursday, but Friday morning I woke up to see the sunrise. So beautiful! the sandcastle I made
I found lots of cool shells on the beach this year I also found a whole sand dollar. Saturday we went back to Oakracoke Island. It was still flooded. Well, that's all folks.