Last week my daughter (see green arrow) was one of the 14 heads of Ursula the sea witch in the Middlesex Theater Camp production of the Little Mermaid. The main mermaid was played by a teen who went to school with my middle son, so we “sort of” knew her (at least my daughter and middle son know her). Tomorrow is the final production of my daughter’s summer; they are putting on Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. My daughter is one of Veruca Salt’s sisters. She needs to act snotty and rich and put on a British accent. Veruca is played by our friend’s daughter, so that’s exciting, too.
Elsewhere in the Blogosphere
- If you like beautiful scenery, if you like finding out what an adventurous young woman with a degree in English literature is doing, if you want to find out what a young Jewish woman will do in a Scandinavian country, if you have any interest in Norway, you might want to follow this blog:
Nestled Between the Mountains and a Fjord.
Disclosure: author is related to me.
- I enjoyed Emily’s post on Daily Morning Coffee called To Be a Great Blogger, You Need a Great Flaw. Do you think exposing a flaw helps with blogging?
- Ilana-Davita posted a photo of a beautiful bakery in Breton with red flowers in the windows.
- Mrs. S. teaches how to make waffles. I’ve never made waffles, unless you count taking one out of a box in the freezer and sticking it in the toaster oven.
- Laura posted a delicious looking Moroccan Salmon.
- The idealised golden age of Jewish-Muslim coexistence in medieval Spain is dealt another blow.