Saturday, January 30, 2010

Happy Kansas Day

Micah learned a new song in preschool to celebrate Kansas Day.  The
lyrics are (in case you can't quite hear them):
Oh we're from sunny Kansas, sunny Kansas, sunny Kansas
Oh we're from sunny Kansas, the best state of all
Where is rains some and snows some, it clones some and blows some
Oh we're from sunny Kansas, the best state of all!

He said after we were done recording.  "I started singing like a girl, mom."

3 comments:

Jerilyn said...

Thanks for the reminder Micah.

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