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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Homecoming 2010 (+ Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian friends)

I've been promising to put last weekends pictures up from homecoming, so here they are!  LOL  The kids looked so cute, I love her dress!  Her foot was so sore, she wore her shoes long enough to take pictures, lol, I did get one with her shoes on, but she's sitting waiting for her boyfriend to arrive.


Kirsten putting on Colton's boutonniere.

Colton putting on Kirsten's corsage.

Awwwww...

Soooo cute!!

Kirsten proving her muscles are bigger than Patrick's, lol!

Patrick refusing to smile, not wanting picture taken, too bad!

Kirsten's foot is killing her, but her shoes are to die for!! Aren't they gorgeous?

Kirsten hugging Patrick, forcing him to smile.  Aren't they sweet?  He wasn't happy!

Kirsten marching with her flute.





Kirsten playing her flute at the game.

Kirsten playing her flute, part II.




Patrick bass drumming!




Kirsten cheering, she's the lead cheerleader.

Screaming for crowd support after a touchdown!! [we go on to lose the game :( ]




More cheering!
I would have included more pics of Patrick with his drum, but he's the smallest drummer, and he hidden in the crowd of other bigger drummers, lol.  The sad part is, he's tallest in our family!!  LOL  The kids had a blast, after the dance, Patrick went to work at the haunted house here in Sullivan.  If I get any pictures of him in costume, I'll post some of them.  He's not fond of pictures though......


And also, I want to wish all my Canadian blogger buddies out there, Happy Thanksgiving!!  Have a happy and safe day!


In Canada, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday in October. Unlike the American tradition of remembering Pilgrims and settling in the New World, Canadians give thanks for a successful harvest. The harvest season falls earlier in Canada compared to the United States due to the simple fact that Canada is further north.

In 1957, Parliament announced that on the second Monday in October that Thanksgiving would be "a day of general thanksgiving to almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed."

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