January 23, 2009

I’m It!

Posted in Uncategorized tagged , , , , , at 6:56 pm by sillydreamer

I found this on Beckie’s site and decided to play along.


1.Go to your Picture Folder on your computer or wherever you store your pictures.

2.Go to the 6th Folder, then pick the 6th picture in that folder.

3.Post that picture on your blog and the story that goes along with the picture.

4.Tag 6 other peoples that you know or don’t know to do the same thing and leave a comment on their blog or an e-mail letting them know you chose them.

rachelAre you blind from looking at my blurry picture yet?  LOL!  This is actually has a cool story to share so even though it’s blurry and the colors are awful, I’m glad it was in the right spot.  The girl in the skirt walking with the pole is my oldest daughter Haley’s best friend.  This was taken last April at drill team tryouts.  Rachel was the lietenent on the squad and was passing her pole down to the new lietenent.  When you are trying out for an officer spot not only do you have to do all the normal tryout stuff, you do lots of interviews and self analysis, etc.  It’s a very tense process for the girls.  On the day of the tryouts all the regular line members are posted and then the officer ceremony is held afterwards in the gym (which explains the crap lighting).  All the potential candidates line in in a row and the the reigning officer is handed an envelope with the new officer’s name written inside.  She walks up and down the line of girls giving hints as to who will get the pole.  For example, this girl has a beautiful smile, this girl has a funny laugh, I love this girl’s sense of style and narrowing it down from there.  Personally I would hate it if I were waiting to find out if I got the spot or not, but that’s just me.  It’s a big deal and has been done this way for as long as I can remember.  My daughter Haley tried out and as luck would have it, Rachel got to hand her pole down to her.  I was very sweet and a special moment that those two will cherish forever.  So that’s my story 🙂

I hate tagging people so if you want to join in, be my guest.



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