Adelaide Christmas Pageant
Whoo Hoo what a day.
Every year for 81 years Adelaide (Where I live) has had a Christmas pageant. It is the largest in the world of it's type. All the little children get up early and go and line the streets of the city.
On our streets we have a Blue honor line . A blue line is painted on both sides of the streets and the children are not allowed to go over it.
About 400,000 people come into the city to watch it.
Well I have to tell you I wasn't one of
them. Granny said she had done it for so many years with the Grand kids so we
didn't go. I watched every minute of it on the television.
Granny says I will bore you with too many photos, so I won't talk, you can just see the pictures.
There is 57 floats, Loads of bands and marching girls and dancers.
It is very big, but Granny is yelling out STOP Wilbur it is tooooo long.
Father Christmas has arrived and he goes into the magic cave so all the boys and girls can sit on his knee and whisper in his ear, what the would like for
Well I have my sign so Father Christmas will know to stop at my place.
I need to go to the magic cave to whisper in his ear.
What an exciting day. I am plum tuckered out.
Warm toast, honey and peanut butter will just go down well for supper.
See you all next week.
This picture is for all my darling followers. I see this tree right outside my window.
Jacaranda's say Christmas is coming.
My thought for the week:
"Ideas are like rabbits,
you get a couple and learn how to handle them,
and pretty soon you have dozens."