On My Blog
Skywatch: Three Birds Land – if you look at these 2 pictures fast, back and forth, is it sort of like a movie?
Nature Notes: Sparrow, Groundhog, Echinacea, Rudbeckia, Hydrangea
Ruby Tuesday: Gray Catbird, Clown and Vampire
Summer Stock: Object Animation
This morning we are going to see Puss in Boots at Middlesex County College Theater Camp in Edison.
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- Ilana-Davita has fireworks for Bastille Day.
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- Cooking Manager (aka Hannah Katsman) has a post on growing herbs by a guest blogger named Fern.
10 thoughts on “Weekly Review on Stage”
Thank you for the link! Shabbat shalom.
Your daughter and the other actors look like they’re really enjoying themselves up there on stage. How long was the camp?
Thanks for the link, and Shabbat Shalom.
It’s 8 weeks, but my daughter is just signed up for the first three. She is now asking to go all summer next year; we will see.
She learns how to say “Is it kosher?” and older kids who keep kosher teach her how to use a vending machine. Life in the real world.
That’s neat. She only asks kosher people?
One of the counselors keeps kosher. That helps. But she knows that she keeps kosher and other kids don’t. And she and her friend learned how to hunt in the store for kosher snacks. They may not be the healthiest choices, but it was a good learning experience for her.
What a sweet photo!
Lovely photo. Thanks for the link.
The kids are so cute in your photo! I only played in a play once – in preschool – I had the leading roll in a play based on old Russian fairy tale about the round honey bun. I was a sweet and chubby kid – was a perfect bun 🙂 Art is great for kids!
I remember reading old Russian fairy tales. It was a book my mother had from when she was little. But I don’t recall a round honey bun tale. Cute!
oh my gosh… cute cute cute. and how amazing is that shot with the birds!!