Broadway and Balloons

Last night we went to Memphis on Broadway. Simply incredible. The story was great and the music was even better. If you are ever up here and trying to decide what to see, don’t hesitate to see this show.

Here is the description from their website: Inspired by actual events,¬†MEMPHIS is about a white radio DJ who wants to change the world and a black club singer who is ready for her big break. Come along on their incredible journey to the ends of the airwaves — filled with laughter, soaring emotion and roof-raising rock ‘n’ roll.

Patrick Stewart

Today my friend Laura, from advertising school, called me and said that she was in town and wanted to bring us some lunch from a place that she really liked up here called S’mac. It is a gourmet mac and cheese restaurant, and man was it great! She also had an extra ticket to a show called A Life in the Theatre,¬†featuring Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight, which she was nice enough to invite me to. It was a 2 man play and was very good. They are both great actors and it was fun to see them perform live.

Tonight we went out to look at some of the balloons that are going to be in the parade tomorrow. It was a mad house! So much for not rubbing up against anyone. I’ve attached some pictures below that show some of the balloons and the crazy crowd.

We are heading to bed now, because we have an early morning tomorrow! I hope everyone has a happy Thanksgiving!!!!

Spiderman

Energizer Bunny

Kung Fu Panda

The crowd

My dad and me

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One Response to Broadway and Balloons

  1. Don Smith says:

    Rob, We trust that your Thanksgiving in NYC was incomparable and refreshing. Great to see the picture of you and your dad. You will be in our prayers as the Lord leads you through this process, and we are incredibly thankful for the way he has opened the doors for such fantastic care. Keep on trusting – your dad and I both know how wonderfully God’s plans can look over time. Cancer surgery and pacemakers/defibs are a blessing. Love from all of us here to your whole family.

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