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Monday, May 22, 2006

I'm tired as a dog, but I had a fun evening. Theatre Memphis is doing "Cats" this summer. They wanted a few people to sing in the pit to kind of help the dancers on some of the choral stuff and one of those people will be me. Tonight was the first rehearsal I've attended with the dancers and all. The kids are so cute, they're really talented, and it ought to be a great show. A nice change for me from WORK WORK WORK all the time, too, although I'm probably singing "Jellicles can and jellicles do, jellicles do and jellicles can" at work without realizing it and driving people nuts.

2 comments:

elementaryhistoryteacher said...

Thanks for the recent comments on my blog. Ironic....you have a cat and you'll be singing in Cats. Sorry....we've been working on making connections in my classroom and sometimes those things carry over to adult life. I have a cat too. She's a polydactyl which means she has a tiny paw attached to her regular front paws. She looks like she has catcher's mits for her front paws. She got mad at us the last time we took her to the vet....we had her fixed. The paperwork the vet filled out stated our little kitty was "aggressive".

Laura(southernxyl) said...

Yeah, little Molly growled like a dog when she was a kitten. I'd never heard a cat do that, and neither had the vet, who thought it was pretty funny. Here was this little ball of fluff, she'd go to scoop it up, and "grrrr!".

And Bonnie, when it was her turn, meowed to the point that they had to move her out of the cat ward and house her separately. She was keeping all the dogs and cats upset. I heard her as soon as I walked in the door to fetch her. The staff told me that she never shut up. Funny, because at home she's very quiet.