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LIZA'S BACK IN TOWN!!
I'm so excited to see Miss Minnelli herself at the Palace Theatre on Dec 5th!
I have heard that she looks and sounds better than ever! The website says that she just did this show in London and Italy and it got rave reviews. All the buzz is great so far, so I hope she doesn't disappoint. After I see the show I will post my review--but I know she'll put on a helluva show!!
"Liza's At The Palace" is a limited run so I bet that tickets are selling fast. I think they already extended her run to 3 weeks because of the demand.
My partner and I love to go to theater (it's how we met!) and now that our kids are at the age where we think they are mature enough to be able to attend the theater with us, we have been trying to find shows that they can understand and enjoy, but don't make me and the hubby want to pull our hair out! (LOL... I can't handle bunnies singing about eating carrots)
I just bought my tickets to Family Day at "Xanadu: the Broadway Musical." My partner and I saw it a few months ago and we have been excited to take our two kids (one boy, one girl 8 & 7). It's a lot of fun for the whole family. It's campy, witty, and well-performed so that the adults are entertained, but it's not dirty, and there's enough romance and roller skates that kids will love it to. Haha!
Anyway, there is a Family Day at Xanadu in August.
Well only a few days until we board our airplane at 1 in the morning to take a red eye flight to MN to visit with my parter's family over the 4th of July. I am really excited for a vacation, but also always somewhat trepidacious (spelling??). Her family does not accept our relationship and has a very awkward feeling around me. They love the kids and they are glad we visit, but I am just an outsider looking in who never really fits in. I always go on these trips with the perspective that it's for my partner, for our kids, for the family, etc...and I enjoy seeing the midwest.
1. How long have you been together? four years... 6 months, less a 1-2 month "break".
2. Who pursued who? I was totally pursued by M.
3. Do you wear any type of wedding/commitment ring? only when the mood strikes.
4. What was the hardest thing about learning to live together? She is a control freak, I am a living tornado.
5. Who takes longer to get ready in the morning? Her. I don't know what's so hard about throwing the nearest item of clothing and taking a pee, but she can make it take hours?!?
6. Do you usually eat breakfast together? In the same room count?
[quote]Friday, February 22, 2008
Between Ellen Page and Jennifer Garner: Some Kind of Funny Single Parent
As you may know Rosie and Kelli Carpenter are proud parents of adopted children Parker Jaren, Chelsea Belle, and Blake Christopher. They also have a fourth child, Vivienne Rose, who was conceived through sperm donation to Carpenter.
Rosie is always raising awareness for kids and on November 12, 2007 she kicks off her celebrity auction “Building Dreams for Kids” at www.charitybuzz.com. Supporting her “For All Kids” foundation, celebrating its 10th anniversary and grand opening of “Rosie’s Broadway Kids” marvel center, this year’s auction is sure to be a hit.
I got my blood taken today, we'll find out the results tomorrow. If we receive good news we're going to be able to go away for the weekend, something we never do just the two of us. If the news is negative, well...we'll still try to go somewhere for at least a day and a half but chances are the first appointment of the next round will most likely fall on either Saturday or Sunday so that kind of throws a wrench into our plans.
On another note, we got a Wii this weekend! Very exciting news indeed. We decided to get one a couple of weeks ago and haven't been able to find one anywhere. I had no idea they were so hard to get your hands on. I guess there just aren't enough being manufactured for stores to order enough to keep their shelves stocked. Finally I got a definite answer from a guy at one store of when they'd be in so I was one of 3 people waiting outside the doors at opening time. Success!!!
So, we of course played the Wii most of the day yesterday and boy did we wake up sore this morning! The sports games are great (even though they scored me with an athletic age of 80!!!!! *sigh* I'll have to work on that)! I also picked up Zelda and Mario Party. Mario Party I got on my sister's recommendation and well...so far, not so great but I'm willing to give it another shot. There seems to be a bunch of different things you can play so I'm going to try to go through it all and see if maybe it's just that we made some poor selections.
Zelda looks pretty good, although by the time we got to that I was so exhausted that I just watched while my partner played.