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Tuesday, May 02, 2006

It's over...on to the next.

Well, I am still recovering, but it's over. We sold out three of our four shows and had to add 50 extra chairs for the sold out shows. VERY exciting. Getting back to real life is always hard-especially when you have kinda ignored the more unpleasant things like laundry, vaccuuming, and yardwork. So I think that I need some motivation. A party, a visit (any of you out West chickies heading my way?)something to get me to leave the couch during naptime and stop watching Big Love, final 7th Heaven episodes, and catching up on the Daily Show. So we are going to start small today, with some pictures of recent events, FINALLY wishing my DD a happy eight month birthday, and musical. (I swear this will be my last entry about it-it just tends to take over EVERYTHING-but if you are not tired of it, check out Missy's blog for some more great pics!!)
1. Easter, Lily and I looking like matchy match girlies. THANK YOU SUZANNE for making these wonderful shirts available to the public. Now if I could only get the peach stains off of both of them...

2. The girls...need I say more?


4. Musical pictures!!
(Lumiere & Babette)

(the Beast)

Be Our Guest


Blogger Missy said...

Love your Be Our Guest Pic! Mary Beth called me today for ballet lessons! I vacuumed and dusted- now maybe Ben will stop sneezing!

9:36 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

I love all these pictures!!!

Hopefully I'll get a hold of you soon when I call... I seem to be calling at bad times when you aren't there.

Or... are you screening me? Heh heh.

12:12 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

what's with the little handicap symbol? and the weirdo voices I heard when I clicked on it?

12:12 AM  
Blogger Susie said...

Fun photos, Marie! I wish I lived closer to have gone, I am sure I would have enjoyed every moment of B & B.

12:02 PM  
Blogger Marie said...

Mmmm. Weirdo voices eh...everything OK?

1:54 PM  
Blogger Peggy said...

This post brought back so many great memories of the Stow musicals! I graduated with E. in '91- had so much fun in the chorus of Brigadoon and The Music Man! How great that you had the opportunity to do this.

2:11 PM  
Anonymous Renee said...

super pictures!!

2:34 PM  

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