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Lindsey's theater project





Yum, yum, yum!

Tasty home-made smoothies for the theater kids.

Lindsey has been working on a group project for her theater class for the past couple of weekends and yesterday the students were back at our house filming and editing again. I concocted some refreshing strawberry-banana-pineapple-raspberry-peach smoothies for a snack and they all loved it and were impressed with the umbrella straws that Christopher garnished the drinks with. Vinny asked me if he could leave a tip and I told him to just try to get an "A" on the project. What a fun time they seemed to have had. I have yet to see their work and am holding out to view the final project. Kelly has helped them with some of the photoshop work and editing.

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Heidi said…
Those look delicious!
Lonna said…
Nice work! I think that is the perfect treat for hard working students. And the umbrellas make them so much more fun. You are such a great mom.
Ok, what I wanna know is this....Did you just happen to have those cute umbrellas already or did you buy them especially for that day? That is such a fun treat. Thanks for the idea :) You know I love being inspired by your ideas!
Kelly said…
Funny, Summer! Good question. I had them on hand. I don't remember what I bought them for, but knew they'd come in handy sometime. And they did. You should have seen the kids eyes when they came into the kitchen for their smoothies. They loved it and Lindsey thanked me the next day after school when she'd seen the kids again. It was fun. I want a smoothie right now!

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