Tuesday night was the first night of sewing club! Should I have put an age limit? Yes. Should I have capped the number at 8 kids. Yes. Did I do these things? No. So I have 13 students from 1st through 5th grade and 4 sewing machines. I'm have a real Tim Gunn "make it work" moment here. I survived the first week, and things actually went well. I had them cutting out their patterns.
Oh and sewing club put me in a right-time-right-place situation. Our Korean business staff works until 5:00 every day (I should say they work until at least 5:00) and this night they were having a little birthday party for our school nurse, Raina. Yeah! A party!
I ate one of these corn dogs that were made by cooking club. (very easy to make: take some bread, cut off the crust, roll it around a hot dog, dip it in egg, dip that in panko bread crumbs then bake it!)
|Jeff and Don! (They loved the blood sausage, by the way)|
|The principal, examining the blood sausage|
|Bruce, eating blood sausage. He loves it. And look in the backgound-the birthday girl, Raina|
|This is a spicy rice thing. The things in there |
that look like hot dogs are made of rice.
I can't remember the name. Very good. Very spicy.
|yum! Cake from Paris Baguette! The red things on|
the side are chopped up dried strawberries.
As if that wasn't enough food, we stopped on the way home for takeout because I still have to feed a horde* of children at my house. We went to Pho Bay in between Sunae and Miegum. The take out was OK. Looks like a nice place to eat.