“The one-act play is a different theater experience for students,” said Stein. “There is a competitive aspect that pushes students and really adds to the performance.”
“We always have a grand turnout for the fall musical,” Hamre said. “And we take pride in the fact that we never turn anyone away. If someone wants to be on stage, we find a way to make it happen. We’re creative that way!”
She was mad — one might even describe it as cataclysmically livid. She focused her ire at the entire family and made us aware of her displeasure with a decidedly cold shoulder and stiff whiskers. We all knew the cause of her chagrin and weren’t about to give in to her demands. She gave us a silent, loathing stare with piercing green eyes while standing expectantly by the back door. Her intense gaze was unrelenting. As were we.
It’s the time of year when the term “F-word” takes on a whole new meaning.
By most accounts, I am as bland as milk toast — except when I enter the kitchen. There, I become a daredevil — a spice wielding, tongs toting, garlic pressing, potato mashing, pepper milling, cheese grating, lemon zesting, pan brandishing Ninja warrior of the room with the stew. (Whew!)
My family has a lot of fun with words and workings of the world.
The inevitable was upon us. Our future included a new garage door and credit card bill.