|Karen and Angela at the USA table|
The kids could go around to the different country tables and do a craft or answer questions about that country to earn stamps in their little passport and eventually a free turn at the cake walk.
I loved seeing all the activities we could do and buy. Decorate a tile at The Netherlands table.
Get your face painted.
Bid on a boozy Christmas cake lovingly baked and "fed" by my friend Kerry from the UK. I had to explain to her why I initially laughed when she said she was donating a fruitcake. Apparently America is the only place fruitcake is a joke.
The Sweden table had these awesome gingerbread houses for sale.
The Germany table had decorative cookies, wreaths with live greens, and these handmade paper stars.
There was a Spanish-speaking countries table, Africa table, Belgium, India, and several others. In the cafeteria there was food from all over, and I'm kicking myself for not sneaking away for some Chinese food. We left the bazaar as they were announcing the winners of the silent auction. It was a fun day but lots of work and I'm kinda glad it's over. Well, almost over. Today one of the other American moms and I went to the middle school campus and sold the rest of our baked goods to the kids there over lunch. I'm new to the whole PTA thing and it has the potential for wearing me out. Is it always like this?