Today my daughter finds out if she made the cut for the musical she auditioned for a couple of weeks ago at her brother’s high school – which is the sister school to her school.
I can’t help wishing so hard that she does get the part!! Or at least if not the part she auditioned for, then another part. It’s only because I don’t want her to be discouraged. In my eyes she is already a star for putting herself out there and going after the things she wants.
It’s such a relief to have a child who knows what they want to do when they finish school, at least by knowing we can work towards that goal.
I can’t say I ever knew what I truly wanted to do and I know that my oldest son doesn’t either and that makes it so much harder.
Ultimately of course the aim is for them to be happy, so fingers crossed she comes out with a big smile today .
So I’m feeling pretty proud of my son he found $20 on the ground at work the other night and instead of pocketing it as some of his colleagues suggested, he handed it in to the office.
This is the same boy that at the age of 3 walked out of a play date with another little boy’s toy matchbox car.
I remember threatening that the police would be coming to our house and I remember taking him back to that house and making him apologise as he handed back the toy car. I can also remember how worried and scared for him I was. How ridiculous to ever for a second think that he could be anything but perfect!! Sure the teenage years can be challenging, sure it sometimes feels like I am banging my head against a brick wall when I try to get through to him how important school is, but when all is said and done he was a beautiful cheeky perfect little boy at 3, and he has grown into an amazing young man now at almost 17. Yep I’m feeling pretty proud!!
After a term and a half of hard work, tonight the year 7 girls got to model the boxer shorts they made to all their proud parents and family in an awesome fashion parade.
Madelyn looked so cute modelling her yellow boxers with the Orange Paisley design and her new monster slippers were a big hit too.
Here are just a few shots from what was truly a lovely evening. I have titled this post “strutting on the catwalk” but in actual fact the girls were under strict instruction that there would be no strutting and no pouting allowed!
Feeling super proud of my son tonight!! On Friday we went around and he handed in his resume to various shops and today he received a call back from one of the department stores asking him to come in tomorrow after school with his bank account details and tax file number.
We are trying not to get our hopes up too high but that sounds to me like they want him to join the team!
It’s scary I know, but exciting at the same time. Even if it doesn’t work out and he doesn’t get this job, he will get another one and one thing is for sure he is going to be awesome in whatever job he gets!!