My cousin passed away recently and his sister came across this picture of me and my Mom. I’m 23 almost 24 in this picture. Ah, 80’s hair, lol 🙂
We went to see Wicked last night and it was phenomenal!!!
This is my third time seeing this wonderful Musical. Our seats were so close to the stage. The best seat I’ve ever had for anything, lol!
I really have to thank my wife for having a Birthday and wanting tickets to see this show! Thank you love!
Bean surprised the family with tickets to see “A Christmas Carol” in town at the Historical Walnut Theater.
The cast was amazing and the musicality was on mark.
The one thing that shocked me was how scary ‘Old Jacob Marley’s Ghost’ was and that the children would be as equally shocked, lol.
Maybe it was the booming thunder or the flashing lightning when he came into the room. All I know is that it left many seats unoccupied when the smaller ones jumped onto the laps of Mommy’s and Daddy’s, lol.
All in all it was a 5 star performance by the Walnut Street Players! Well done!
This weekend definitely held the Christmas Theme for us. On Saturday, we went to Hope Lodge to share in a little Christmas Cheer…Colonial Style.
The Volunteers who run this grand old mansion did an amazing job with decorating. They covered all of the time periods that the house was in use. From Colonial to Modern.
Miss Erin dress up in Colonial garb to keep the illusion going.
I love trains. This everyone knows, so to see a train going is aces for me.
They even displayed metal trains from approximately 1920’s-1930’s. It was a wonderful Time.
Thanksgiving 2016 came and went. Good time had by many and the food was bountiful…and tasty!
The appetizers were off the hook this year. Bean came up with some snazzy ideas and everyone like them. Beautiful and Tasty!
No holiday would be complete without a Stock’s cake! Boom…that’s what Philly is all about at Thanksgiving!
We would be thankful for more but our sports teams suck, lol!