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Saturday, October 23, 2004

Sarah's play

As predicted, I'm in a much better mood after watching my oldest daughter, Sarah (age 13), in her middle school drama class play tonight.

The play was "The Great Ghost Chase" — book by Tim Kelly, music & lyrics by Bill Francoer.  It's a "Ghostbusters Visit the Funny Farm"-type spoof — perfect for a school production because there are lots of speaking parts.  Anyway, here's Sarah (in the yellow tee and black leotard, if you can't guess from the proud-pappa photo composition):



I'm a lucky and very, very proud father.

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(1) Va Jim made the following comment | Oct 24, 2004 12:00:39 AM | Permalink

Who's 13 today will be 14 before you blink; someone so totally different from 13 that only a parent will recognize her. And it's hard, as you can't share that part with her.

Thank you and best wishes.

(2) Kent made the following comment | Oct 24, 2004 12:45:25 AM | Permalink

She's a cute kid.

We do love to boast about our kids, don't we?

(3) Barry made the following comment | Oct 29, 2004 9:13:21 PM | Permalink

very pretty young lady. better get a shotgun, you'll be fending off the lads soon!

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