Saturday, November 7, 2009

Damaris at Fort Bend International Festival & Birthday Shopping

Damaris' choir sang at the Fort Bend International Festival this morning.


2009 - November 7 - Damaris' Choir at Fort Bend International Festival from C.C. Almon on Vimeo.


Afterwards, we took her to spend some of her birthday money. She got a new bedding set (she has decided she doesn't like Hannah Montana anymore), a pair of tennis shoes, a pair of flats, & a new bag for school.


3 comments:

  1. G Pa and B Ma WolfeNovember 7, 2009 at 11:30 AM

    Damaris,



    You have a big choir. You sounded good and looked good in those red t-shirts. What language was that? What did it mean? What instrument was that you were playing? Were you standing on something, or are you taller than most of your class? Glad your Daddy and Mommy were both able to go. We're proud of you!!!!



    We're glad you have out grown Hannah Montana. What colors are your new bedding? It's hard to tell in the video? Maybe pink, orange, and ? It looks like your tennis shoes are pink and silver. Right? Are your flats yellow and pink? For sure your bag is pink! Glad you had enough birthday money to get so many things. Where did you shop?



    Like your hair!



    Love,



    G Pa and B Ma

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  2. I don't know what language we were singing. We weren't holding instruments, they were eggs with sand or rice inside. 5th grade was standing on risers. My bedding is brown, green, red, yellow, orange and pink. My tennis shoes are pink and gray. My flats are pink, yellow, maroon, green, brown and orange. The inside of them (which are really soft) are white and blue. We shopped at Wal-Mart.

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  3. My totally wonderful granddaughter, I am so glad you are singing in a choir. Is this a school or church choir??? Your g paw and g maw are right, your hair cut looks good on you. You do look like you have gotten taller.



    Remember, how much you are Loved!!!



    Love you,

    Nana

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