Today, the Dudes, my mom & I went to Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People to see "I Think I Can" - a tap dance show about bullying. I wasn't sure what to expect but it was pretty entertaining. It certainly had me tapping my feet. The Dudes had mixed opinions - with one liking it better than the other. I think they both appreciated that the dancers were incredible and that it was an interesting way to tell a story.
I do wish that people would read the age recommendations for things like this. If it says 8 and up, please don't bring your 6 yr old, no matter how advanced you think they are. There were kids in theatre who clearly didn't understand what was going on so they kept talking to their parents.
I would definitely take my kids to another play at LKTYP. It was an inexpensive way to give us all a theatrical experience.
Friday, May 4, 2007
I admit it, I'm guilty of subway rage. I get on at Bloor on my way home & by the time I get off, many stops later, I am ready to stomp on people's insteps, punch heads, etc. I think there should be constant messages on the intercom or whatever like: "If the pole is in your ass crack, you're standing too close", or "Guys, if you can't sit with your legs together, maybe you should stand", or " No nail-clipping allowed! And no french fries".
I love driving to work & luckily I do get to do that most days next week.
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
I found a challenge on one of the many book websites that I visit - it was to read 6 (I think) Newbery books. So after perusing the list here are the 6 I am going to tackle in the next 2 months:
The Higher Power of Lucky (2007)
A Single Shard (2002)
Amos Fortune, Free Man (1951) - can't wait to see how this stands the test of time
Invisible Louisa (1934)
Criss Cross (2006)
I can't guarantee what order I'll read them in, but I'll start one tonight!