Okay, I'm back. It's Friday and that means it's time to thank Lexa Cain for hosting this weekly blog-hop along with co-hosts: L.G. Keltner and Tonya Drecker.
We've had lots of things flying about this month of March. First the winds knocked down our trees and power lines. Then it swirled 10+ inches of snow about. This week? It's nannies. One very proper and British-accented nanny in particular: practically perfect...
Image: Tom Britt
If you live anywhere near Rochester, NY, you don't want to miss Greece Athena Middle School's production of this Disney Classic. There are three shows left today and tomorrow. The flying stunts are out of this world. Toys bounce, Mary and her wards zoom back and forth against a starry sky, and Bert goes for an upside-down stroll about thirty feet off the stage--while singing!
I'm very proud to say that a member of our household spends several key scenes in the spotlight, working with nearly each and every one of the leads. Ladies and Gentlemen, may I present our very own...
My daughter is also enjoying her roles as a stroller in the park and banker--and my!--can she wield a clipboard or what? Do you want to know the hardest part? The songs? The dance steps? No! It's getting all twenty inches of her hair into a bun. (Followed in close second by the challenges of eye liner and third by all the missed sleep.)
What's in the air in your part of the world?