3.17.2008

It's The Hard Knock Life!

Our orphan daughter
Peanut was able to perform in a children's choir in our Stake's "Salute to Broadway" . They performed "It's a hard knock life" from the musical Annie. Wow, she got into it, the whole choir did, you would think that they really thought that their life was hard, when in reality it is far from it. But it was cute, Peanut had a little solo (every kid did) she got to sing "no one cares if you grows, or if you shrink". She pretended to screw in a light bulb while one of the bigger boys held her up (that is why she is holding a bulb). It was fun, and I am glad she was able to participate.

5 comments:

Heather G said...

Oh yeah-- I just found out that Peanuthead's little friend Hannah is in my ward :) I want to hang out with you sometime. Maybe we can all three get together, I just love Heather. And what good am I without a friend named Heather :)? hahaha, just kidding. But seriously, you and I should get together one of these days. The email address I most frequently use is the same as gmail, just with yahoo.com on the end.

Aly said...

Annie is one of my favorite movies of all time! My sister and friends and I used to perform our own version of Hard Knock Life when we were kids, jumping on beds and everything. Way to go Peanuthead!! And your flower pictures are awesome! I am a firm believer that you can almost always re-create the pricey stuff for a lot less. With your photography skills, I'm sure they will turn out great!!! Go for it!

Aly said...

Annie is one of my favorite movies of all time! My sister and friends and I used to perform our own version of Hard Knock Life when we were kids, jumping on beds and everything. Way to go Peanuthead!! And the flower pictures are awesome! I am a firm believer that you can almost always re-create the pricey stuff for a lot less. With your photography skills, I'm sure they will turn out great!!! Go for it!

Aly said...

Sorry, I accidentally commented twice (now three times). I'll stop now :)

Rachel Hagen said...

I knew she was a performer! I bet she hammed it up...