Sunday, October 4, 2009

a crusade…

4950_1202854070193_1193835653_30614033_7547662_n One of my friends, Gerb, is one of the most amazing people that I have ever met.  She is perfect in every way.  She is one of those flawless people (at least…I have never seen any of her flaws) that go around saving the day.  She can save the world and still have time to spend with her 9 children and sweet hubby.  She is simply amazing!!

Anyway, I visited her blog today and it was exactly what I needed.  I love to read what she has to say.  She is spiritual, adventurous, exciting, humorous, crazy and of course, the list can go on and on.  Like I told  you, she is flawless!!  Everyone loves her!!!  People always want to be around her!!

Back to the subject…she posted “Leave a comment”.  It was great!!  She is on a crusade of spreading internet sunshine.  I love her idea of spreading the warm fuzzies throughout the world.  Go ahead…check out her post. 

Now, I want to continue on with her crusade…here is a quote from her blog (Gerb…I borrowed one of your paragraph s…)

”For the next day or 2 days or week or rest of your life (you set your own time limit) let's leave comments on all of the posts we read. Really. Every.One. Make your presence known! Leave happy, kind, polite, grateful and supportive comments when you read what someone took the time to write. I'm not saying you have to agree with everyone... because wouldn't life be boring if we all agreed with each other all the time? But I bet it would make someone's day if they got a slew of unexpected comments on a post. Or even just one unexpected comment. Don't you think?”

I think this is going to be great!!!  So, if you will join me with this crusade…that would be great!!!  I am out to spread warm fuzzies!!!  I hope you do too!!


Friday, October 2, 2009

into the woods…

calendar-into-the-woods Tonight, I went with one of my most dearest friends, Vieve to dinner and a play.  We decided to attend Into the Woods at the Scera.  We arrived early to pick up our tickets.  We found our seats and waited and waited.  The play was suppose to start at 7:30 PM.  Around 7:45 PM, an announcement comes over the loud speaker explaining that there were still a lot of people out in the lobby getting their tickets so, the play will not start for a few more minutes.  WHAT?  Anyway, fifteen minutes later, the play begins.  At this point, I am falling in love with this play.  It was great!! 

Then, we hear screaming…(I thought it was part of the play)…then, an actress turns towards the audience and screams, “Dad, Dad, come here!”.

 Screaming till happening on stage.

A man jumps from his seat and hops onto the stage…(I am still thinking…is this part of the play?). 

I remember looking at Vieve and she was looking straight ahead. 

 Screaming till happening on stage.

The man that jumped on the stage turns and yells, “Is there a doctor in the house?”  A man jumps up and runs towards the stage.  The current goes down.  We hear from the stage, “Call 9-1-1!”

About fifteen minutes later, an actor explains that “Little Red Riding Hood” was hurt and is being taken to the hospital.  Then, he explained that they would wait ten more minutes and re-evaluate the situation. 

About fifteen minutes later, the play goes on. 

It was amazing!!  I am amazed at how these actors and actresses were able to regroup and perform.  They were great!!!

As for a calm night out…it definitely was not!!!  


P. S.  I do hope that Little Red Riding Hood is ok.