Four of Austin's six siblings were waiting for the play to begin.
Good thing Amy left the twins at home. It would have been too scary for them
with that necessary fighting going on between Teacher Anne and Helen Keller.
While we were looking at this quaint stage waiting, for the play to begin.....
Amy showed us this candy card she made for Austin.
I had never seen a candy card made with all the same candy.
But Amy says that's what he likes. So Reeses it was.
(Reese means "we" on this card, btw.)
Well where is he?
people who wanted to see him (us)
Austin you did such a great job as Captain Keller!
How is it that Mrs. Kehler never ages?
She was the director/drama teacher back in the day when my boys
were in all those school plays and yet, she looks exactly the same.
My only regret is that we didn't see this play in the first week.
Since we didn't get to go till closing night, I can't tell others how fabulous it was.
Truly one of the best shows I've ever seen!
And I'm usually partial to musicals, which of course this one was not.
The acting was outstanding.
Not sure what this picture is all about.
But whatever, they were all interested!
Her story influenced me from then on. Sometimes when I was sick,
or having a difficult time with something, I would think of Helen Keller
and be thankful that I could at least see and hear.
I am hoping her great story will stay in my grandchildren's minds as well.