Last year, I got to be a director of America’s largest home school prom. The Texas Christian Homeschool Prom had over a thousand students last year, was held in one of the largest venues in downtown Dallas, and incorporated a lavish formal meal with games, popular music, and lots of dancing. I got to be a prom queen. What an amazing time, right?
Oh it feels so good to have my computer back in my lap after almost a week of un-onlinedness. I’ve SO missed you!
We had a dungeon at our prom. Seriously! And I feel today like I’ve been released. Ahhhhh, freedom! And such a beautiful day for it!
So I’ve had my errand-running out in the sunshine – I’m also working out the resounding crackle in my knees and ankles after running (well walking) what should have been a marathon back and forth across the venue. (And in full medieval garb, no less.)
Yes, pictures are coming, but I had to say “Hi” first! Check back later this evening for my “P is for Prom” posting. This is unlike any prom I’ve ever seen!