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... were claiming to already be there. No one was in sight and after five more minutes of confusion, we finally realized they had driven to Donna, Texas and were currently at the front entrance to Circo Hermanos Vazquez! Oops. They eventually made their way to us, but unfortunately missed most of the first half of our show.
The rain has finally started here. We're all parked on dirt. Dirt that gets REALLY sticky and thick when you add water to it. Sigh.
... are hoping for sunshine this
afternoon, and a pool day. I can’t believe it but a lot of people are pulling
out and heading for home. There is a reason for that down here, as tax day in
the end of March, and their tax structure is a lot more complicated for ours,
so off they go north to Wisconsin and North Dakota, and Kansas and Missouri,
and where ever else they have come from, and as we all know it is still
freezing cold and there is ...
... and the band know about the changes before the first show. What an adrenaline rush.
The new-ish gag seemed to go well...a few minor technical problems in the first show which he smoothed out in the second and now we're trying to flesh it out a bit to help him get more laughs. John commented several times how nice it was to not get soaking wet in both shows. :)
The other day, I was waiting at the gate for Teto to call doors and ...
... Elisa finally asked me if today was Ash Wednesday and then it all made sense…haha. Zefta and Cristian didn’t know either, so at least we weren’t the only ones.
Mom of the year award goes to a woman dragging her crying 6 year old child out of the tent and telling her that if she didn’t stop crying right that second, the mom was going to "leave you with the lady out here". Oh thanks! I’m a punishment now. That’s great, lady. ...
... excited (especially since Ryan has a seven month old tiger this season). It’s really lovely to be a part of people’s traditions.
During the second show, a woman and her one year old son ended up hanging out at the gate for most of the first half talking with me. Her son was overwhelmed by the sounds and lights, so she stepped out with him to calm him down. She said she’s been bringing her family to Kelly Miller for seven years ...