2010年11月1日月曜日

for two (not so) little girls in Nagoya

Friday was Meg's whole school music performance. Each class sang a song, played a song on an instrument and then the finale was everyone all together. With 815 kids that was almost 4 hours of music. Wow.... Meg's class sang a song about Autumn and they all wore bandanas. I am not sure whether the bandanas represented the leaves or were to make them look like farmers which are associated with the outside and therefore nature and therefore leaves? Either way I think the effect was pretty cute. As an aside, Meg doesn't seem to have a Japanese sized head though. We tried three Japanese bandannas and while they were doable she wasn't able to tie them herself as there wasn't enough material. Then she tried one we had at work. An American bandanna. And walah! Material enough to tie and still some to spare... weird huh?

Anyway, the kids have been working towards the concert for weeks and they all knew it was A BIG DEAL. They also knew it was going to be recorded. And they would get to watch their classes performance later.

Meg chose her clothes for this tv appearance very carefully. And I thought two (not so) little girls in Nagoya would like to see what she chose:


A one hundred percent from you guys outfit. Well except for the socks but then there weren't any socks in the box!

So thank you again and you can be sure your clothes are being well used and well loved.

Special occasion wear style well loved, even.

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Rachel さんのコメント...

Cute! would the scarves/farmer look be tied to the harvest, perhaps?