In my previous post I showed the kids working on their shop projects but Lil'Gal still had to put the top on her art table and they decided to add castor wheels (because that table is REALLY. HEAVY).
So, as promised, here is a pic of her with her completed Shop Project. She painted it turquoise - her favorite color.
In addition to the shop projects Lil'Gal decided to do photography again. Santa brought her a really cool camera so she staged a few scenes. These are the two she is entering for the show this year.
|Titled: Aggie Mascot|
|Titled Bunny at Sunset|
Tomorrow they are excused from school as we have four items to bake for the show and some require chilling in the fridge; cooling before the next step and it just ain't right to have to keep a kid up after school until midnight to work on their baking projects.
They go back to school for 1/2 day Tuesday but I'll be up at the show judging homemaking projects once I turn in the kids items so I'll be up there all day. Then, Wednesday our bunnies get sifted. The bunnies are doing really well. I'm really pleased, demeanor and fur and (meat) I some of y'all don't wanna' hear about that but that's what the livestock show is all about - after all.
And, NO. HOPPER. (Those of you who followed our rabbits last year know about HOPPER.)
I'll have to post at the end of the week (well maybe Sunday because rabbits are last on the sale list so we'll all be up there until midnight or later (*sigh). But next year that puts rabbit rotation in first for sale.
Still, its fun and there's food and beer and good camaraderie and that's another great part of the show.
Anyhow, been working on notebooks and projects and photographs and paintings and printing recipes and tomorrow the kids will be baking so I'm going over and out. But, this will be an exciting week.
[Oh, and FYI to my dismay... Christmas hasn't been put away... Don't judge me.]
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