Nothing to rant about today. OMG, somebody take my temperature. (smile) Seriously, I think I have been so busy with productions at the local art center, I have not paid attention to the national news. I hardly pay attention to the local news, either. I never have the television on during the day, and only watch the late evening news to see if the weather forecast matches what I can see outside my windows. The old joke about the weather - if you want to know what the weather is like step outside - does hold true.
I've had a lot of fun working with the Young Players at the Winnsboro Center For the Arts on our Nite of Comedy. The kids - most of whom have come through the Summer Drama Camp - put on skits and funny music and then we do improv. The performance will be June 28, and shortly after that the drama camp starts. I always forget from year to year how much work is involved in organizing and preparing for these events. But I do so enjoy working with the kids.
Today in my inbox I found a neat message from my sister with pictures of kids and dogs. They were all so cute, I was tempted to share them all here, but settled for just a couple. I think you'll agree that they have a great "aw" factor.
Do you have a favorite memory of a special dog that might tug a heart
string or two? If so, please share in the comments. One of my favorites
is of our dog, Ruffy. He was a mix between a wolf and a
German shepard, but he was very loveable and hugable. Ruffy was always
good for a romp or a walk, and it was undeniable that he wormed his way
all our hearts. Never was that more evident than the day the kids did a
the dinner table and decided they all liked the dog better than me.
Since I have a jillion things to do today, I'm going to keep this short and end with a joke. I found this one on The Laugh Factory.
Ralph is driving home one evening, when he suddenly realizes that it's
his daughter's birthday and he hasn't bought her a present. He drives to
the mall, runs to the toy store, and says to the shop assistant, "How
much is that Barbie in the window?" In a condescending manner, she says,
"Which Barbie?" She continues, "We have Barbie Goes to the Gym for
$19.95, Barbie Goes to the Ball for $19.95, Barbie Goes Shopping for
$19.95, Barbie Goes to the Beach for $19.95, Barbie Goes Nightclubbing
for $19.95, and Divorced Barbie for $265.00." Ralph asks, "Why is the
Divorced Barbie $265.00 when all the others are only $19.95?" "That's
obvious," the saleslady says. "Divorced Barbie comes with Ken's house,
Ken's car, Ken's boat, Ken's furniture..."