Ok this is a huge stretch, but I really liked this photo so much I had to use it, and find a way to fit it in to the prompt word. I know I could have just posted it and be done, but I enjoy doing the daily word and WPC, so enough about that. So as you should know by now (if you look through the blog) I teach at a pretty large school. A also direct the plays and musicals and this year we are doing 9 to 5. Today was a run through of all Act 1 combining the orchestra (or “Pit”) with the cast and run-through the show. It is rather early in the process to do this, but it will make the final run throughs and dress rehearsals so much smoother, it will give us more time to focus on other things. So here is how I relate the photo to blush. The thing is that most of the kids have never stepped foot on stage. The orchestra isn’t use to being seen. When the two groups together, there is almost the automatic, energetic bond. Following the rehearsal you can watch kids come together talking, introducing and complimenting. It is those moments of new memories, that come from their peers, that produce the blush on the faces of those not expecting it. We are looking at a pretty big storm here the next few days. If you are in the path, stay warm and safe!