Sunday, February 07, 2010

I refuse to write anything mean about those very adorable, very earnest high school thespians. Except that if there weren't so many dramatic pauses, I'd have been home 1/2 hour earlier. Your son is . . . . . . . . . . . . deeeead. Not - - - - - -my. son.
Ok, they're like 17 years old and they were better than I expected, even for the academy of performing arts. They're doing West Side Story in March, and it probably will be terrific. Plus my friend's kid will be one of the dancers.
It's late, and I didn't exercise yesterday or today but I could still get in my 40 minutes before bedtime. Hate to skip 2 days in a row. So off to the Wii I go.
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    I am glad that you went off to WII and not WEE that would be just too much information!Think of all the calories you burned figgiting and just waiting to get home! emoticon
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    3057 days ago
    That is too funny! I remember playing theater in high school and to my utter disappointment, the most people talked about after our performance was the unbearable heat that day and lack of air conditioning in the "theater" aka classroom.
    3058 days ago
    I'm pretty sure you get fitness points for stifling laughter at Greek tragedies.

    True story.
    3058 days ago
    I don't say this often, but... ROFL...

    Thank you very much!

    3058 days ago
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