Piper is busy preparing for her first Power Point presentation. You read that right. In kindergarten. This week she’ll stand before her class and an assembly of parents and present her findings on the origin of pasta fagioli, or as we call it, Piper Soup (recipe included). She did the research and created the presentation at school, but we’ve been practicing her five slides at home. It may send the cute factors into the stratosphere.
“Will you be there for the presentation, Mom?” Piper asked following one of her many practice runs.
“Of course. I wouldn’t miss it,” I said.
“Can Sissy come too?”
“Sure. I’ll email her teacher to make sure it’s okay.”
“What about Sissy’s friends? Can they come too?”
“Probably not, but I’ll certainly ask,” I promised.
Piper looked down at the printed copy of her slides. She sighed. “We’re going to need more chairs in the audience. You know, for my fan club.”