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Broadway Show. The kids can put on a Broadway show for mom. They can make their own costumes, write their script and perform for mom. To make the outfits, the kids can use sheets, mom’s and dad’s outfits, etc. Either way, a special show will truly make her day special.
My tastes have changed through the 30 plus years that I have had my own home. We all know that styles and color pallets change every year just as clothing styles change. How can we keep up?
Next you’ll want to get the kids’ on the computer researching various ways to say THANK YOU. You can write it in different languages, quote famous poets, or draw it in sign language. Find a box large enough to hold these items and decorate the box to reflect the possibilities of what’s stored inside. Your decoration can be as simple as putting a nice label on it that reads “Gratitude Box”. Or, you can go wild and paint by number kits it gold and cover it with seashells, whatever best suits your time frame and interest. My favorite way to prepare the box is to cut a long strip of Japanese paper smaller in width than the box. Wrap it around the box once and tie it with a ribbon. Voila… you have a beautiful presentation that took almost no time to create. Once your box is complete it is time to start making cards.
Sheet rock and a good paint by number kits job should be enough for your game room walls. Let’s face it; you are going to hang enough pictures, handcrafted wooden signs, and assorted trinkets to help conceal your amateur status as a dry wall hanger.
After being on view at the sponsor businesses, on Tuesday, March 29, the cats will make their way to various art galleries in the Santa Fe Art District for their First Friday event. April 30 through June 4, the cats will return to Lakewood at the Lakewood Arts Council co-op gallery with a special reception on May 5. The reception is open to the public and runs from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The evening of June 5 the cats will be auctioned off at the Green Gables Country Club in Denver. For more auction information and to purchase tickets, call CCS at 303-239-9680.
Finally, it’s captivating because it’s three weeks of really great basketball. No steroid controversy, no complaining about not getting a $100 million contract extension, no spoiled bad-boys. Just a bunch of kids going all-out every game because every game could be their last. And they know that if they are the last team standing, we’ll remember them, even 41 years later.