December 4, 2011

As Usual In The Middle Of..Children's Hospital Neiman Marcus Parade 2011

So happy to be in the middle of everything. Yes! Even though it sprinkled with rain off and on it still didn't stop the 350,000 people who were at the parade. Will it be this way for the MetroPC's Scottish Rite White Rock Run that takes place tomorrow maybe different as far as the rain goes. You have the Macy's Parade but then for Texas you have the annual Children's Hospital Neiman Marcus Parade. Many attractions took place on December 3rd. It was all about the kids at Children's Hospital. I actually sat next to someone from there. The City Of Dallas allowed the parade to take up many streets to enjoy this special occasion. The Dart Rail was a great advantage to use for many families to come out but also the participants used the rail train to make it possible for us to enjoy the parade. As far as, other cities like Richardson Christmas Parade, Fort Worth Christmas Parade, Richland Hills Christmas Parade, and  other surrounding the Dallas/fort Worth Metroplex did not have a great turn out because of the rain considering thousands normally shows up. I speak from experience. Being that I participated in the Richardson Christmas Parade 2010
One of the highlights was Jordan Sparks, in which I thought she was going to sing in front of the Neiman Marcus building but didn't. When I did see her it seemed like she had a malfunction going on with her hair. This was strange considering this was an appearance. Lake Highlands Wranglers didn't disappoint as they performed at the parade. I look up and saw Richardson High School Eaglettes performing, as well. Hmm... I actually saw them on the train. Other highlights was World Series Champions our very own Texas Rangers, Rowdy Cowboy from the Cowboys, Elmo and his Goldfish, Santa and his Elves, Star Wars, Green Lantern, Girl Scouts Of North Texas etc... 
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If you missed it maybe next year. I just wanted to keep you N The Know by Kids N The Know!

Jordan Sparks 

Girl Scouts Of North Texas


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