Greg lived through homecoming.
He looks adorable!
Good for him for telling the girl to watch her language!
Along the same line my dd#1 was telling my dh and I that Saturday on the way to their band compitition some of the girls on her bus (the guard bus aka the princess bus) started singing some vulgar songs, and shouting the obsenities out the bus windows.
Sabr--we're in Lansing, Michigan, not Lansing, Illinois, although I am familiar with the latter.
Those pics a SUPER! What a car, I'll bet that was fun! Too bad that girl is such a loudmouth. Sure I'll hear the kids say a nasty word at home once in awhile, but NEVER in public. I always tell them to watch it because if those words get to be a habit they could fall out unexpectedly at any time. I have to wonder if HER vote was a joke, what can the student body see in a girl that would talk like that at an event representing their school as "Royalty"? Geesh!
That picture of Greg and sis is absolutely "Framed on Wall" worthy!
Glad it went well, all be it a bit on the boring side.
Ramona Mom to 2 great kids and wife to one wonderful hubby since 1990!
Very cute pics Elizabeth!
I am amazed at the things that come out of girls' mouths since my kids got to middle school (and the oldest graduated in 2003, so that's going back awhile) and it seems like a lot of them don't care who is around or what the situation is, they just let the obscinities fly.