PEACE GARDEN MAMA writing wednesdays: stuff and stuff
If you didn't hear my brother-in-law play Silent Night on his I-phone during our family Christmas concert yet, you must visit yesterday's post first.
For those wishing to read my latest column about ... Posted on 12/28/11 at 1:00 AM
FARGO SOUTH THEATRE Grease cast polishes music
The Grease cast rehearses with the pit orchestra. Tickets are on sale now at 446-2010.
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... Posted on 11/19/11 at 8:04 AM
GOOSEBERRY PARK PLAYERS Gooseberry Outreach
There's more to Gooseberry than the performances. Each year Gooseberry Park Player cast members can apply to be part of the Gooseberry Advisory Council Kids (GACK). GACK does promotional events, com... Posted on 7/18/11 at 9:39 PM
I knew I would have a perfect family. I work hard at everything I do, harder than most, I know that. It works for me. Work hard, get results. That method has always given me what I wanted most in life. Why wouldn’t it continue to?
It’s a long-standing joke that before you have kids, you know it all. You will be the “perfect” parent. You hold ridiculously high standards that you figure any self-respecting adult should be able to meet, such as always finding matching shoes for your toddler, and cleaning the tomato sauce from their faces before taking family pictures.
My parents taught me to be kind, color inside the lines, stand up for others and knock before entering, among a multitude of other undoubtedly appropriate rules for prospering in life.
Growing up, you learn these rules – spoken and unspoken, intentionally and unintentionally. But rules were meant to be broken.
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