I have some great men in my life – my dad is the greatest dad in the world. Some of you are probably thinking that’s not true, but it is. #sorrynotsorry He’s the kind of person who will help you out no matter what situation you’re in. I can’t tell you the countless times (until he bought me a GPS for Christmas) I’d call him because I was hopelessly lost driving somewhere and he’d calmly figure out where I was – through me screaming and crying, “I don’t know what’s around me! There’s some trees, 2 trucks, and a sign that says no U turns!” – and he’d either get me back home or to wherever I was supposed to be going. Continue reading “The Importance of Fathers”
I love musical theatre. I’ve loved musical theatre since I was a kid. I performed in my first musical when I was 8, and I’ve been hooked ever since. It’s my ‘thing’. I especially love that it’s something I can continue to enjoy and participate in as an adult.
For the past 9 or 10 years, along with my mom, aunt, and grandma, I’ve gotten season tickets to the Broadway series touring shows that come to our city. We’ve seen several amazing shows and others that we still love to laugh about, but no matter what, it’s always a fun evening out.
Last night we saw The Phantom of the Opera, which is my number one favorite musical of all time. I’ve seen Phantom so many times, in 3 different countries, sometimes multiple times in the same tour when it’s come to my city, on Broadway in New York…I’m sure I’ve seen Phantom probably over 20 times in my lifetime.
Continue reading “The Review of Phantom You Never Knew You Needed”