My "Annie" story starts and ends with my mom. She loved the theatre and would occasionally steal me away from school to take in a matinee, just me, no siblings. It was very serendipitous. One of my first adventures was a Wednesday afternoon production of "Annie". I was in middle school. I loved it. I remember getting the record and playing it over and over in my room. I know mom took me to many other shows, but this one always sticks out in my mind as special as it was the first. Sometimes I feel like "Annie"...All alone in the world. Mostly my loneliness. comes from missing my mom, who died 5 years ago. My kids were 2 and 3 y/o and they have been orphaned by not having the powerful impact of a loving, fun, silly, grandma. One of the last things mom and I did together was see a Broadway tour of Lion King. After ever show mom would ask me "what was your favorite part?". I had many favorite parts of shows that I reported over the years. But if she were to ask me today. My favorite part would be spending special time with her!! I would love to take my kids to see "Annie" and share this memory and tradition with them.
It's really me Kelli. Somebody hacked my old email email@example.com Anyway, glad to be back! WOW what a new format. Where are the rest of the mom's and dad's? Anybody home school in the RTP area? Will try to upload some recent photo's. My last…Continue