Sunday, January 28, 2007
'Midst the trial prep ...
Sometimes one has to set down the Texas Pattern Jury Charge, set aside the stack of proposed trial exhibits, stop (re-)editing the video depositions, and pay attention to family. Tonight I watched a fine performance of a musical play called "All Aboard for Broadway" in which my 14-year-old son Adam played a cranky old codger of a theater stage manager, circa 1917-1919 — culminating in a bit of flag-waving, tap-dancing, and singing "Yankee Doodle Dandy" and "She's a Grand Old Flag."
And a couple more, this one with the female lead:
Tap-dancing requires lots of concentration.
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(1) DRJ made the following comment | Jan 28, 2007 11:56:36 AM | Permalink
There's nothing better in life, is there?
That is one handsome young man!
(3) hunter made the following comment | Feb 10, 2007 7:00:40 AM | Permalink
Looks like a fun show. My daughter enjoyed acting at Lanier and Carnegie in several shows. She had a lot of fun. Our son was always too shy and too busy with other projects to try out. Your son really lloks like he is enjoying himself. Congrats!
(4) Larry Everett made the following comment | Feb 21, 2007 4:48:52 PM | Permalink
I think you don't understand the impact of your posts. It's been a month since your last posting.
I am in agreeance with Patterico. We need to hear more from you.
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