Monday, November 22, 2010

The Happiness Project :: Week 38

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Thanksgiving festivities at school and handmade costumes.
Griffin played the role of Squanto in the class play.

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If you want to jump on the bandwagon
simply post a photo of something that
makes you wildly happy.
Then, steal my button up there
and include it in your post.
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24 comments:

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

How fun! Sam learned all about Squanto this year (1st grade) and I loved it.

Happy Tuesday!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

I love those decorations. Happy Tuesday!

Teddy Started It said...

That's one awesome headdress!

Priscilla said...

I love it! Happy Thanksgiving.

katie said...

Every thanksgiving (and any holiday, at that) is better with some sort of dressing up.

Ashley Sisk said...

How can you not love a Thanksgiving costume! Love it!

Caution Flag said...

Those headdresses were always some of my favorite art projects. Did he wear it all day?

singedwingangel said...

How cute Imiss the artwork/plays of elementary school

Renegades said...

I just love this blog hop idea.

Thank you so much for hosting it.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

SarahinSC said...

I can see how that'd make you happy! Looks like a lot of fun!

Sarah said...

Good job Griffin!

fredamans said...

That's cute! Your boy is one of my people now!

Jocelyn Christensen said...

Happy Thanksgiving, my friend! :) Love the feathers!

emilyfaith said...

looks like a fun thanksgiving

Kelly Lund and Kids said...

Love it!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!

Kristy said...

Schools are a great place to have fun with the holidays!

EmmaSue said...

Cute, I so remember doing those kinds of things when i was in school.

Rochelle@AFamilyofLooneys said...

So cute!!!
Happy Thanksgiving.

Kassie said...

That is so much fun!!

Queen Scarlett said...

We had a Jewel Robin Native American and a Pilgrim this year.

Van said...

Aw, this brings back memories of elementary school plays. So cute! I was an Indian, my costume was made from brown paper bags. And I had the construction paper feathers!

Happy Thanksgiving!

risa bug said...

not to be too much of a stickler here, but a squaw is a native american woman (and i guess a derogatory term also). anyway, griffin rocks as a boy or girl.

risa bug said...

not to be too much of a stickler for language here, but a squaw is a native american woman (and also somewhat derogatory i think). anyway, griffin rocks as a boy or a girl.

Snuggle Wasteland said...

Yeah for Squanto! My kids didn't have a play this year.