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Mary Poppins weekend!

Just has a busy weekend.  We bought our niece Emma tickets to Mary Poppins for her birthday back in October, and Saturday was the day!  In the five months since Emma's birthday her whole family (father. mother, sister, aunt, uncle, cousin, grandma and grandpa) decided to come too, but they had to sit elsewhere since they bought their tickets later.  Before the show, we ate at Rock Bottom, and while we were eating the St. Patrick's Day Parade ended, so a bagpipe band who apparently wanted to parade some more came into the restaurant and paraded between the tables single file.  That was a surprise!

After the show, Emma and Allie (her little sister) and Jack (her dad and my brother) and Angie (her mom) stayed overnight with us, and Angie and Beth went out to a bachelorette party for Angie's cousin, so Jack and I hung out with the girls and ate pizza and watched The Chipmunk Adventure.  The next day, we went to Jack-n-Grill for breakfast, and then went furniture shopping...

Tomorrow's wallpaper

Recent cover scans I added to GCD:
Barefoot Gen (Hadashi no Gen) #1
Blazin' Brandy #0
The Complete Persepolis
FemForce #142 flip cover
Fox Kids Funhouse: The Tick in "Raw, Uncooked Justice" #2
Gigantor #1
Howard The Duck #4
Threshold #5 Widow cover
True Story Swear To God #12

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lacelocket
Mar. 16th, 2010 06:26 am (UTC)
How was the show?
shadzane
Mar. 20th, 2010 06:18 am (UTC)
It's good, especially for the kids. Lots of good songs and amazing stage tricks. I had recently read some reviews that criticized the plotting, so those were on my mind when I was watching, and I gotta admit that they have a point. But still, it's pretty magical!
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