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Jordan's Senior Showcase



Last night was Jordan's senior showcase and it was just delightful. He and Megan Russo did a drum duet. They utilized everything but drums! It was uniquely amazing. They had garbage cans, shopping carts, and all kinds of other "junk" and this is what they did their duet with, banging on all kinds of "junk" and creating different sounds. It was so creative and fun. I know I am partial, after all I'm the Mom, but Janis (Megan's Mom -- who is also partial) agreed...these kids brought down the house and they were bar none, THE best!

The Russo's taped it and I'm hoping to get a copy and if and when I will post it on the blog.

Last night was Jordan's last thing for high school, except for the actual graduation ceremony which will be next week. It was a real celebration last night. He is now out of school with no more classes and he is just thrilled, and so are we.

We are about to cross a new milestone -- graduation with our second child and it's so hard to believe we're at this point. Seems like yesterday he was a little tyke standing on the roof of McDonalds!


Comments

DaNella Auten said…
Congratulations. I know what an accomplishment this is.
Anonymous said…
We can't wait to see Jordan's tape. PSU has a group that performs in the area and at games. We also enjoy "STOMP."
My DH is a drummer. This takes talent! Keep up the good work , Jordan!
Ruth, PA
Sharon said…
CONGRATULATIONS JORDAN!!!! :-) God is so good!

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