Logan’s School Program  

Logan made a special trip across the street to invite us to his end of year school program.  We wouldn’t have missed it for anything.  Parents and guests were seated when the kindergartners came in and stood around the edge of the auditorium.  The music teacher announced a “Kodak moment”, inviting adults to find their child and take close ups before the program started.

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Logan dressed as a pirate

Every child had a special part, either singing, announcing a piece, or acting in a skit.  Most of the time Logan was on the corner nearest us.

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Shawn and Bob invited us to join them for pizza at the Rendezvous restaurant near the school.  Their daughter Courtney was there, as well.

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Shawn told the story of Logan’s tooth, and I wanted to see the space where it had been.  He kindly posed for me.

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As we waited for the pizza to come, Courtney began sketching the back of Logan’s head while he played tic tac toe with me.  I shouldn’t have been surprised at how good it was, because Shawn is very artistic.  Talent must run in the family.  If I had done anything half that good, I would have taken it home and framed it.

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Logan wanted her to draw a tooth fairy, which she did.  It’s the upper one in the photo, a happy tooth face with wings.  That didn’t coincide with Logan’s idea of the real tooth fairy, so Courtney drew a more traditional one to please him.

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Logan ate one slice of pizza, pulled his arms into the body of his shirt, and leaned against the back of his chair.  Shawn explained why Logan was tired.  He pulled that tooth out the night before and was convinced he had to stay awake until the tooth fairy came to take his tooth.  They didn’t realize that at first, but finally Bob sneaked in and did the job so everyone could sleep.

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