Sunday, December 20, 2015

Our School's Christmas Dance!

Hello future readers!

This past Friday, we had a Christmas Dance at our school after our Christmas concert in assembly. Far out! I'm so glad the school decided to have a Christmas Dance again this year. It was really outta site! Miss LaSalle brought in the records again, and told us we could  bring our own Christmas records if we wanted to, so I brought the Jackson 5 and Partridge Family Christmas albums. Kerry only had a half day at her school, so she came and brought Velvet along. Sabrina was there too...it just wouldn't be a party without the whole gang! Mrs. Johnson set out cookies, candy and punch. We really had a ball!































We all had such a groovy time!  I didn't know Kyle was such a dynamite dancer! He sure gave Jason a run for his money! Even though we stopped sometimes to eat and drink, (and go to the bathroom), most of were on the dance floor for almost the whole 2 hours of the dance! It was crowded, but fun! Before any of us knew it, the dance was over and school vacation had begun! Even though I was sad the dance was over, I was happy it was Christmas vacation! My mom and I will be baking cookies, doing some last minute shopping and just relaxing. I can't believe it's almost Christmas! I'll be sure to tell you all about the groovy presents I get and the neat things I get to do! Have a Merry Christmas, future readers!

Until next time,
Your friend,
Julie Newman

17 comments:

  1. Hi Julie,
    Isn't it fun to get dressed in your Sunday best. You all look so nice and the gym looks so pretty too. Springfield Elementary really knows how to celebrate.
    Enjoy your Christmas break.
    Merry Christmas,
    Fawn

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    1. Thanks Fawn. Yeah, I think it's groovy to get all dressed up, but Danny and Jason don't like it because they had to wear ties. They were jealous of Kyle 'cos he didn't have to. Haha! But the dance was really far out, and I'm glad the school decided to have one for Christmas this year.

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  2. It looks like you all had a fantastic time! Did you do the Hokey Pokey? I love your outfit and Sunny's, but everyone looked nice.

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    1. It was super groovy!The Hokey Pokey? Uh...no, we're not in nursery school. *giggle* Do grown-ups like the Hokey Pokey in the future?

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    2. It is a big thing to do at weddings here and has been for quite some time. We used to do it roller skating too, which is kind of hard!

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    3. *giggle* Wow, really? I think I'd like to see a bunch of grown-ups doing the Hokey Pokey! And when you skate too? I think that would be kinda hard.

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  3. You looked gorgeous. Merry Christmas!
    Melodie

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    1. Thanks Melodie! You have a Merry Christmas too!

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    2. What are you asking for this Christmas? I want some material and yarn to craft with.
      Melodie

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    3. See my "Writing to Sanra Claus" entry.

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    4. I should have remembered that.

      Please check out my blog. My new friend posted today.

      Melodie

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  4. Wow! These are great photos and the dance looks like a lots of fun. Love all the dolls, outfits, decorations and... everything!

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    1. *From Julie's doll mom:*

      Thanks Kiki. Please "play the game" and address any comments made on this main page to Julie herself. You can click on "My Mom's Page", to contact me directly. Thanks and Merry Christmas!

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  5. Looks like you had a really groovy time! Merry Christmas!

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    1. It was really groovy, Linda! And Merry Christmas to you, too!

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  6. Julie I hope you and yours all had the very Merriest Christmas of the 1970s!!

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