Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Famous Texans Wax Museum

Today was the 4th grade wax museum presentation of famous, and sometimes infamous, Texans in history.  Zane was Admiral Chester Nimitz.  The kids are not supposed to speak unless asked who they are. Then they give you a very brief synopsis of their lives and what they are remembered for.  We did not stop and talk to all of them but tried to do several.  There are a lot of 4th grader – 4 classes. And I am terrible and cannot remember who they were!  But here are some pictures…

05-25-16 Zane wax museum 01I told him to salute me.  He got a little silly later. Surely not Zane!05-25-16 Zane wax museum 13The boy on the right was one of the infamous Texans, John Wesley Hardin.05-25-16 Zane wax museum 0205-25-16 Zane wax museum 04Goodnight with the beard.  Can’t remember the other boy.  Did not talk to the girls.05-25-16 Zane wax museum 05Just loved this kid’s mustache.  I think he was Oliver Loving.05-25-16 Zane wax museum 06Quanah Parker05-25-16 Zane wax museum 07Just walked around the ro and stopped at several and talked or rather listened. 05-25-16 Zane wax museum 0805-25-16 Zane wax museum 0905-25-16 Zane wax museum 10How did Aidan get in here!  Davy CrockettOh gosh – James Bonham and William B. Travis05-25-16 Zane wax museum 12

Tomorrow is awards then Friday these 4th graders get to walk the halls of this school for the last time.  They are moving up to middle school.  Time flies…

So, just sharing a few cloud/lightening pictures. I never got any good lightening just some flashes.

05-15-16 clouds lightening 0105-15-16 clouds lightening 0205-15-16 clouds lightening 0405-15-16 clouds lightening 0805-15-16 clouds lightening 1005-15-16 clouds lightening 22

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Famous Texans Wax Museum

Today was the 4th grade wax museum presentation of famous, and sometimes infamous, Texans in history.  Zane was Admiral Chester Nimitz.  The kids are not supposed to speak unless asked who they are. Then they give you a very brief synopsis of their lives and what they are remembered for.  We did not stop and talk to all of them but tried to do several.  There are a lot of 4th grader – 4 classes. And I am terrible and cannot remember who they were!  But here are some pictures…

05-25-16 Zane wax museum 01I told him to salute me.  He got a little silly later. Surely not Zane!05-25-16 Zane wax museum 13The boy on the right was one of the infamous Texans, John Wesley Hardin.05-25-16 Zane wax museum 0205-25-16 Zane wax museum 04Goodnight with the beard.  Can’t remember the other boy.  Did not talk to the girls.05-25-16 Zane wax museum 05Just loved this kid’s mustache.  I think he was Oliver Loving.05-25-16 Zane wax museum 06Quanah Parker05-25-16 Zane wax museum 07Just walked around the ro and stopped at several and talked or rather listened. 05-25-16 Zane wax museum 0805-25-16 Zane wax museum 0905-25-16 Zane wax museum 10How did Aidan get in here!  Davy CrockettOh gosh – James Bonham and William B. Travis05-25-16 Zane wax museum 12

Tomorrow is awards then Friday these 4th graders get to walk the halls of this school for the last time.  They are moving up to middle school.  Time flies…

So, just sharing a few cloud/lightening pictures. I never got any good lightening just some flashes.

05-15-16 clouds lightening 0105-15-16 clouds lightening 0205-15-16 clouds lightening 0405-15-16 clouds lightening 0805-15-16 clouds lightening 1005-15-16 clouds lightening 22

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