Our Homecoming was actually Thursday night because she is a cheerleader for the Pee Wee Football team. I snapped a few pictures Thursday night, but I was sitting directly in front of them, which made zooming out an impossibility. I also videoed their "half-time dance." Although, half-time didn't go nearly as smooth as it normally did. They are use to two dances and having their names called out and some time between each name. But not everything is perfect every time, that's life. I must commend our boys, we are now 3-0 and our defense has given up NO points!
Lyssa is 3rd from the right
After our game was over and we were headed home, we got to see the Homecoming bonfire at the high school The way we go home is by driving down behind the high school, so I snapped a couple of pictures.
|you can sort of see the little people by the fire to show how big the fire was.|
those are not kids, they are high school students.
I picked Lyssa and Lexie up from school and headed to get them on the float. I am super glad I snapped a few pictures when I did, as it started sprinkling and then without warning, it began to pour. I ran to the car with my camera in one hand and son in the other.
Then it rained and I ran. We were soaked, but all I could think about was my little wet cheerleader sitting on the back of the truck. I just knew this parade wasn't going to be a good one. However, when I pulled up at the school to get my spot on the side of the road I realized it hadn't even rained there. I looked back at Alex and the rain had tired him out.
|love the messed up "rain hair" and the look of, "I have no idea why that was SO loud and why they threw candy."|
The girls had a great time and the High school football team won their homecoming game. My children both passed out early, I guess the excitement wore them out.