Tweet Through It: A Parent’s Thoughts During Their Child’s Christmas Show

While I don’t get to use the app as much as I used to, I love Twitter. It gives people the chance to express their thoughts in 140 character outbursts. There is nothing in the world like it.

The number one best thing about Twitter is when all factions of #BlackTwitter congregate and give their thoughts about an award show, a major television event, or television show. The second best thing about this wonderful place is watching people “tweet through” the struggle. Sometimes it’s a story, others it’s their heartbreak (the BEST), and then there’s just the need to vent.

Well, yesterday was my nephew’s Holiday Show at his elementary school. It was at 9 am and it’s a show at an elementary school. All of us adults and parents must suffer through all of the terrible performances to sit there and be so damn proud of our children. Seeing them do their best definitely makes the wait worthwhile; but not while you’re sitting there actually waiting. With that said, here is my play-by-play commentary of one of many shows like this that I will have to sit through in my lifetime.

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