Sunday, May 17, 2009

A Spoonful of Sugar

Sorry to be missing, but I'll give you a briefing :) A busy week, computer issues and then a jam packed weekend ending with a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious day. Friday night my daughter and I, two of her cousins and her Nana went to see a amateur production of Beauty and the Beast. Saturday we spent the day trying to get rid of all those things you somehow collect over time and then say what the heck am I saving this for ~ 'junk' sale. And today, the spoonful of sugar (I can't stop humming it), we went into the New York to see Mary Poppins on Broadway. My daughter (soon to be 5) had never been to the city and was amazed by...everything. This is her in the car looking at all the many sites and the 'ginormous' buildings. A smile to capture, a memory to cherish. I wish I had captured her face when my husband and I told her we were going to see Mary Poppins - another smile ear to ear if you could imagine. And this is her with her program anxiously waiting to go to our seats.
Hope you don't mind me sharing :)

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Ann Schach said...

What a fun weekend! Hopefully you took a lot of pictures to scrapbook!

kellygrl27 said...

Oh! so happy for you and so jealous at the same time! Mary Poppins on Broadway! Wow!

Mary Fish said...

When I was on my first "kiddie" show as a child, I had to name our my favorite book . . . I chose Mary Poppins (my first "on air" words). I dressed up as Mary for Halloween, too. My dad took the blades off my skates for "boots" and my mom lent me her "hair piece," umbrella and a big tapestry bag. It was a proud moment!

Jennifer Meyer said...

Awww Kim your daughter is super sweet!! I LOVE Mary Poppins, I want to see it too!

LOTS of hugs, Jennifer :)