The city of Enterprise takes high school football very seriously, and the Big Blue Marching Band is a huge part of the program.
Just to get you caught up, Chase has been at band camp since July. He started with the rest of the freshman, down in the pit playing drums/keyboard, but halfway through camp was asked to join the drum line and play cymbals.
Tara and I volunteer with the band boosters, so we arrived early to get water, nachos, and uniforms ready. It was a lot of fun to be “part of the action” and give back to our community. The atmosphere was electric last night!
We’re so proud of everyone in the Band, and especially Chase for working so hard all summer! The Big Blue Marching Band sounds great!
We’ve been getting Chloe ready for school for about a year. Even though she has zero trouble getting up on stage and dancing with the Center Stage Dance Company, she is an introvert like her dad (hi!) and has a hard time with new people, especially in large groups.
Tara has been working with her on her letters, numbers, writing, and coloring. Chloe has gotten really good at all those things, including writing her name. The one thing that she wasn’t so good at, was getting over the anxiety and the fear of being away from her whole world: home.
We subscribe the Ultimate Internet Package (300/20 Mbps) from Spectrum. The Ultimate Package costs extra, but offers 3x the bandwidth vs the base package. Since I work from home, via the Internet, it’s easy to justify the extra expense.
Making delicious movie theater quality popcorn at home is waaaay easier than you think. The secret is the steam released from the kernels as the pop, and Flavicol, a delicious popcorn salt used at movie theaters. Let’s get poppin’!