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- Making my way back to Portsmouth, decided to take in "The Addams Family" musical.
- I'm playing for this show starting next week in Rochester, NH - have never seen the show, so wanted to check it out. It was playing at a broadway-style theatre in Media, PA... great show!!!! Looking forward to our own run now.
- Headed to Danbury, watching the full moon rise at dusk, knocking out a good chunk of the miles to NH. ...
... other exceptional bonus of a 'flurry'. A snowing of small proportions - it came down, but went to water as soon as it hit the ground. Andrew has photos (on the camera - which we haven't downloaded yet) and will upload over the next few days. Quite exciting :) So we got our snow (if only for 20 minutes and only a small amount) Following that we boarded the bus again and hit the streets. I hope our boys love and ...
... in a bush before being allowed into the stadium. Jared doubted that we'd done as he'd asked and asked me if I'd hidden the case in my underwear. I hadn't but wished that I had. He'd also not allowed handbags and we saw a few handbags abandoned in a bin outside the entrance.
After the game, Tom Watkins, my mate, and I went out for a late night pastry and we encountered ...
... the Titanic exhibition. It was the last day of this exhibit based on artefacts found in the remains of the boat. At the beginning of the exhibition, we received a boarding card with the name of the passengers that we were, At the end of the exhibit, there were three big cards for each class with all the name of passengers of the Titanic and it mentioned if they survived or not. We needed to find if we were "dead" or not. My result: I was Mrs. Martin Luther Ball of ...
... most of the music, which is always heartening. The Basilica is HUGE. Like, in terms of that it has a "chapel" connected to it that is the size of my church back home. I got a little confused walking in and was like "hmm, this isn't that impressive for a basilica....and where are all the people?!?" Then a little old lady pointed me through the right door. Me: "OH. OKAY...Woah." I was feeling rather great after Mass, and it was such a beautiful day that I bought a carmel ...