September 30, 2018
Good afternoon. Needless to say, I slept in very late this morning. Then I had to check my emails and download a couple photos that I had on my phone. Today is sunny with temps in the sixties. A really nice Fall day.
Well, well, well. Last night I went to the Paris Cabaret to see their new show, Gypsy. I loved, loved it! The acting was great and the music was great. Am I a super proud Grandma today? Yup, yup! Our Jazzy and the rest of the Starliners were superb. Add that to good food and awesome company, it just doesn't get better than that.
There was one number where Jazzy sat on a bar stool near the back of the room with the spotlight on her, and she sang "Little Lamb." She was holding her birthday gifts and singing to the little stuffed lamb that she got from her Mother and her Mother's fiancé. Folks, that performance had the hairs on our arms standing, and tears coming to our eyes. Jazzy, your Meema is so very proud of you.
We were not allowed to take photos and videos, but Paris (the owner) did have someone taking photos and there will be a video later that we can purchase. We're already putting in our orders for the video. When I get some of the photos, I'll definitely share them here.
I do have one photo that our friend took of Jazzy after the show last night. She's wearing one of the dresses from the show. I've dug out a photo of our Jazzy that was taken during her Little League years. Wowsie, our little girl has grown up into quite a beautiful young woman.
My daughter Audrey will be here in eight days. Woo Hoo! I haven't seen her since last year and I miss her. Before she leaves to go back home, we're all going to see Gypsy. This will be Audrey's first time to watch Jazzy perform, and she's in for a real treat.
Well, now that I've done all my granny bragging, I'll post a new quick page for you. As you can see, the colors of Fall are beautiful. Have fun with it.
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Now I'm off to read some blogs and find some fun mischief to get into. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day. I'll see you in October.
Hugs, Edna B.