Chelsea and I went to "Cabaret" last night. It was put on by the Thespian Group at Penn State. I live just a few miles from campus. We had a blast! The director of the orchestra is a good family friend of my Dad's and my Dad gave Chels and me tickets to go see it. Dad watched Matt grow from a tot to a senior at Penn State. He is going to be a music teacher. My son Matt is seriously considering being a music teacher also. I have been wanting to write an entry about him for so long. I just haven't gotten to writing it yet. I am going to get Matt and Matt together as my Matt is seriously considering going to go to Penn State. My Matt went from attending advanced placement classes at high school in Florida to a high school for the performing arts. He is a junior right now. Isn't that just so cool! I have never heard him so joyful when I talk to him on the phone!! He is expressing himself as never before! So the musical was absolutely fabulous and Chels and I and everyone else laughed and clapped through the whole thing and gave them a standing ovation and cheers at the end! This is particularly amazing for me as I have not done anything social at night for months. Or has it been years? My body paid for it, but it was so good for my spirit!
Now for the Scavanger Hunt. We were to take a photo of a
portrait. This is my Pops. I was at his home the other day. I was playing with my camera and when he was leaning into the cabinet I said, "Hey Dad, turn around." This is the look he gave me. This is good ol' Daddeeoo.
The next one I took was of a landscape. This landscape is very indicative of Pennsylvania. The hay. The green grass.
The red barn. The blue/grey sky. This looks like Pennsylvania to me.
The next photo is of something far away. I chose to take a sky shot. I love sky shots. This doesn't look far away, but it obviously is. It was a cloudy, rainy-spotted day.
And the last photo is of something close-up. I chose to take a picture of some pears. These pears are very fat! I like these pears. I think they are very pretty. I have a fondness for pears. They represent healing and life for me. When I was
an infant I was allergic to everything, so for two years all I ate were beef hearts and pears. Yep, pears for two whole years. My mom said I loved them. I still do. I guess one would get sick of something eating them for every meal for two years. I never did. Hope you enjoyed my hunt for some interesting pictures!