One of the mothers' proudest moment is to see their kids performing on the stage in front of few hundreds people. I think that every mom feel the same, it's not 100% because of their performance or their talents, in fact, when a group of kids at the age of 3 or four are performing on the stage, their movements are not uniform but what makes the mommies proud is the confidence, courage and braveness that shown by their kids.
I am one of the grateful woman who proud to share such beautiful moment.
I attended the Q-dees' Graduation & Concert Night at Star City Ballroom this week and it was very grand. The ballroom was occupied by approximately 600 people, it's quite number of people as there are 3 Q-dees pre-schools in Kota Kinabalu.
We forgot to bring our camera, so all the pics here were taken using Mr boyfriend's BB phone :(
Notice: Pics' quality in this entry are poor but I'm glad with that quality because I've no rights to upload the kids' pictures and no one has the rights to ask me to remove the pics as each of them are blur, hooray ^_^
I caught Pocoyo frowning on the stage, haha
The ceremony begun with "Negaraku" and it was a bit awkward as I didn't sing it for manyyyyy years, lol
Everything was arranged perfectly, I like it when the food served on time :)
I've seen few tables occupied by one big family, not shared with other parents, I guessed that all the family members were there for dinner :p
Menu of the night.
I only ignored the rice, it didn't look attractive as I was too happy with the prawn hehehe confession!
The sago dessert was so tasty, although sago is popular in Borneo but this was the first time I tasted it @_@
The ladies in group are Pocoyo's teachers, they had a wonderful performance. Everytime when the kids were up on the stage, the MC will instruct them to bow: "1, 2, 3 bow.."
And we were laughing badly when the MC jokingly instructed the teachers to bow together like the little kids before they started dancing, wakakaka!!! It was funny.
The kids in yellow costume were performing choral speaking.
They talked about saving the earth and the message was really clear. I'm so proud of them, this was one of the performance that I really paid attention to.
"Ssssshhhh..." [everyone was quiet]
"We only have one Earth and we must save it"
(I was standing facing the stage and the words tattooed in my head)
Btw, have you ever imagined a group of 5 year old kids doing choral speaking for approximately 10 minutes? They memorized each of the words and non of them made a mistake. Amazing.
That's Mr Pocoyo, he was on the stage performing the Mexican Dance confidently.
Once again.. I was on top of the world :)