Saturday, September 25, 2010

Sundays in My City: Homecoming Edition


Sundays in My City, hosted by the beautiful Unknown Mami,
is your chance to see glimpses of communities all over the world.
It was Homecoming Week in lots of communities all over the world this week,
including ours.

Like her brother, Kendall has been very involved in making her school's Homecoming special.
Like last year and the few years before, a group of Student Council kids
descended on our house the night before "Spirit Day"
to mix up 30 large boxes of pudding...


and prepare a challenge involving players having to eat repulsive food items.


They had jalapenos, baby food, fresh broccoli, hard-boiled eggs, and garlic cloves.
(Repulsive when you're in high school, I guess.)
Dawn and I helped by suggesting the addition of soy sauce to the broccoli
and molasses and hot pepper flakes to the hard-boiled eggs.
They were a hit (if crying and vomiting contestants are any barometer :)

The dance was the highlight of the weekend, of course, and I took lots of pics, but when I saw this one, the rest paled in comparison, so this is the only one I'm posting...


Visit Unknown Mami for more shots from around the globe.

13 comments:

  1. Sounds like fun! That last shot is a keeper for sure. She is gorgeous and you captured her perfectly.

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  2. These kids just don't know what gross IS. So funny!

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  3. Innocent fun! Is that an oxymoron? No matter, sounds like a good time. And the last image is fabulous! Beautiful girl, beautiful colors.

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  4. Absolutely beautiful. You caught her personality and what's going on in those eyes!!!

    I used to adore spirit week and homecoming be it in Michigan or California. Thanks for the reminder of all the sweet fun I used to have at flower parties(for the float each class made)and how passionate I was.

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  5. Hi I am Nicole from ColiesKitchen.com I found you on a blog hop and wanted to drop by and say hi. I really like your blog, and am now a new follower. I would love to have you stop by Colie’s Kitchen if you get a chance.

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  6. She is simply beautiful, just like her mother.

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  7. What a fun event! Hope the guys enjoy the treats!

    I always love to see them dressed up for the dance. Your daughter as absolutely stunning!

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  8. The grosser the better to make sure everyone enjoyed Spirit Day. These are such great times for your kids.
    You picked a smashing photo of your lovely daughter and her dress is indeed gorgeous.

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  9. Oh how I miss spirit week. Girl, that Kendall is just gorgeous!

    God bless and have a super day!!!

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  10. I just caught up on your blog and I must says spiders, fall and Homecoming go hand in hand with nasty foods for high schoolers...lol busy mom indeed

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  11. Stunning...and a good videographer too.

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