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Sesame Street Live: Nov 14, 2009

Sesame Street LiveKatie 004 Sesame Street LiveKatie 009 Sesame Street LiveKatie 010 Sesame Street LiveKatie 012 Thank you very much for allowing us to go to Sesame Street Live. We were SO excited! We went to the 10:30 am show on Saturday, the 14th, and were all up early because we couldn't wait to get there! We all had our favorite characters, and were anxious to meet them in person at the Meet & Greet! We got to the Coliseum and were able to go right to the front of the line, which was really special! Once they fixed some lighting problems, we were able to go right in and find our seats! With our excitement building, we waited for the tour staff to come and get us, and we were thinking we were pretty darn special with our "Meet & Greet" stickers on! After lots of dancing around, we got to go to a special room and meet our 3 favorite characters: Big Bird, Elmo and Cookie Monster! Bella LOVES Cookie Monster and got to give him a big hug!  Elmo's fur was really soft, and Big Bird was REALLY tall! We got to take pictures with them all, and then got ready for the show to start! The show was, "1,2,3 Imagine with Me!" and the characters imagined going to all sorts of fun places with Sam the Mail Lady.  One of our favorite parts was when Bert went under the sea and swam with glow-in-the-dark fishies and danced with a big octopus! The S.S. Rubber Duckie came afloat with Bert & Ernie, and was pretty neat too! We love to dance, so dancing to the hula with the characters from our seats was a real blast! All of our favorite characters from Sesame Street were there: Big Bird, Elmo, Cookie Monster, Count Van Count, Abby Cadabby, Rosita, Oscar, Bert & Ernie, Zoe, Grover, Tully the Monster and Little Bear! The show lasted 1 1/2 hours, and when it was over, we were sad it ended, but couldn't wait to tell all of our friends about it! Thank you for a truly magical day- You Rock!! Sincerely, Avery, Bella & Maddie

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