And they presented two hand-written cards to me.
The Grade Fivers also sang HB to me.
After the lessons, Japanese Language Teacher at this school (who was sadly absent today) left a present for me.
R2-D2 had a couple of cookies and C-3PO has a few chocolates. (*BB-8 will have to wait.)
Her hubby even gave me a prezzie. Not really surprising since I'd heard he was a Star Wars fans and have given him a few gifts in the past.
It's a Stormtrooper bottle cap magnet!
At my afternoon school, my least participatory class of kids even decided to pay attention and learned Rudolph the RNR. While at that school, I received a message from a friend. Much to my delight, she had a ticket to the advanced screening of Star Wars The Last Jedi and couldn't use it herself.
(*This is where the BB-8 tin went to. Don't tell Yvonne that she received a regift!)
So I sat in the second row of a sold-out viewing surrounded by Star Wars geeks, otaku and nerds. I felt vindicated. In the first row was a very very tall Chewbacca though, fortunately, he didn't sit in front of me.
Chewie gets all the babes.
I don't think Po recognized the gang sign I flashed at him.
The Cinema shop was packed after the movie though I did manage to nab a few items from the concession stand beforehand. Such as this BB-8 Popcorn container.
And this Stormtrooper drink.
Most amazing of all is that the cinema gave everyone at the advanced screening a poster of the movie. But not just this movie, every single poster since 1977! (Except Rogue One, darn.)
Happy Birthday to me!!