I cannot believe that this year's Dinner Theatre has come and gone (hope you enjoy pictures). I could not let this time go by without giving complete thanks to God for helping me with my lines. Each time before I went on stage, I had my flashilight backstage looking over lines and I whispered many a prayer throughout performance. Trust me, if it were not for God's help - this 'granny' would not have made it. In this scene, this rich cousin (a.k.a. Mary Ann) has just told me she is too 'fatigued' to work. I said, "I ain't interested in your medical symptoms." In other words, I did not understand the meaning of 'fatigued'. Now that I look back at all the work involved in Dinner Theatre - I personally understand that word and felt it quite well by the fifth performance!
Justin had a funny idea to the ending of play (way to go Justin!). After everyone ran off stage, I creeped back in door and we did a little dance to the music (Song was "Dancing Queen"). It was so funny! That is what is so great about church family - Everyone comes together to make it work!
A couple of weeks ago, Caleb and David (my baby brother) ran a different kind of race. You ran 2 miles to the Krispy Kreme doughnut shop, then ate 1 dozen doughnuts and then ran 2 miles back to the original location. They both finished the race but not sure if they 'kept down' the doughnuts (if you know what I mean). But good news is that I finished up the box of doughnuts, therefore nothing was wasted!haha By the way, as you may have noticed, I am not in this picture or in other words, I did not run this race. I could have ate the doughnuts, it was just that 4 mile running thing!
I am computer challenged but refuse to be beaten up by an electronic device. (I can unplug it and run.) I love to laugh. I love my family (which provides me lots of reasons to laugh (OK, tears, too.) I love to worship.