Sunday, May 10, 2009

splishin' and a'splashin'

Leah's in a chorus group that had performances this weekend. The theme for this season was 50s music, so we modified a silk skirt from Goodwill into a poodle skirt a few weeks ago. Luckily, thank-you gift ideas were as easy to come by as plans for her outfit.

Leah knit a couple of cotton washcloths with musical notes on them and then,

because her solo song was accompanied by a sign language interpretation, she knit a washcloth with the American Sign Language sign for I Love You (by this designer, although this particular pattern appears to be no longer available).

Add in some of our homemade soap and some custom-made cards,

and she was able to give the director and stage manager a meaningful gift from the heart to show her appreciation for such a good experience, to use the next time they're splishin' and a'splashin'!
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Blogger Jen in CT said...

that lime green is certainly a popular color for that ASL cloth. LOL!

11:03 AM  
Blogger christinemm said...

The washcloths are fantasic!

The soap added as a gift makes it divine!

You guys are so great.

7:58 PM  
Blogger Rani said...

Very Very Cool!

6:57 AM  

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