Mary Poppins Play

IMG_0920Enjoying the friendships made while waiting for their cues.

IMG_0670 copyH. as a broken toy soldier at the end of the bed

IMG_0363 IMG_0365 IMG_0364Different scenes from the play

988519_10204197826891854_6140783475702016338_nP. overseeing his penguins

11059347_10204197989215912_3313176441840071027_n“Anything can Happen” song. T. marching with his band of little sweeps.

10461359_10204197988175886_2360320995910105761_nStep in Time dancing sweeps that are happy to be there! It was such a fun one to watch! Two of my boys!

11045448_10204197986215837_7805935519367499941_nMy “fox”. L. had a birthday during the performance.

10409083_10204197890933455_6107917184692790950_n 13992_10204197889893429_3822500635725370933_n 10989176_10204197886813352_6676374506378684655_n 10407772_10204197882893254_7620353012984088323_nJolly Holiday…

11082499_10204197862172736_1292026767617375573_n 11096724_10204197852612497_3387438057566167550_nFeeding the birds

It was a truly moving experience this year. They are really talented kids, but I never felt some of the special moments that we had this year. I was so truly impressed how their hearts were so soft. We had some really neat experiences off stage as well as on stage.

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One response to “Mary Poppins Play

  1. Pam Lunsford

    Love the pictures.. I would love to have seen this play.

    Have a great day.

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