Barry and I decided that Grayson is finally old enough to crawl around a playground. On Sunday, we took him to the "Playground on the Pecos", to see how well he would manage. All three of us ended up having a blast climbing the giant playground together and going down the "large twirly slide" as it is so called. I LOVE MY FAMILY!
Live theatre is on a completely different plane than any other type of entertainment. You can't call "cut", or send the footage to an editor and make the performance perfect and pristine. Last night was a firm testament of this truth. As you all know, Barry and I are in "Clue: the Musical" which opened this last Thursday. I play Miss Scarlet and I wear a beautiful red satin knee-length dress. During this interrogation scene, I sort of fling my dress out before I sit down. Well, last night, I flung it a little too hard, and the dress went flying... high. The bottom of my dress flew up to about chest-level, and I looked out at the audience to see a group of old (as in ELDERLY) ladies freak out, and start laughing.
At that moment I knew.
I flashed the audience... bad.
Lovely. Black. Granny panties.
I am mortified.
To quote Professor Plum, "the audience sure got their money's worth."
Fortunately enough, my church's Young Adult group came the night before, and I didn't know a single person in the audience the night of my striptease... THANK GOODNESS!!! I believe it's time to invest in some biker shorts. And the worst part of it all is this night was the night we filmed it. Every single cast member will get a copy!!! Oh well, you gotta love live theatre!
GRAYSON HAS HAIR!!! We've waited for so long! Just recently, Grayson developed this little tuft of fluff on the top of his head. We were so excited the first day we noticed it that we gave him a mohawk and took him to Walmart so everyone could see his hair! And now it's posted so EVERYONE can see his hair! YEAH!