Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Jake's Corner and the Pussy Cat

For Family Home Evening on Monday, Andrew and I joined my family in going to a local theater to see a local play written by a local, that my Uncle Bruce (who resides locally) starred in. I suppose you could say it's a local thing.

My family has been going to the Valley Center Playhouse for a while, ever since I was a little girl. We'd come down to visit in the summers and Uncle Bruce would always be acting in one play or another at the good ol' VCP. So, we'd go and watch him in the play.

Anyway, before the play, we had dinner at my parent's house. Josie wanted me to see something on her computer so we went downstairs, and what should I see on her computer monitor but Lahki taking a nap (hurray for those old box-type monitors).

I just thought it was so cute that I had to take some pictures (Josie was quick to point out that there is already a picture of Lahki on the monitor on her MySpace page, but I haven't really looked at her page that much. It's an orange typeface on a pink background. Yuck!)


Another one of Lahki's favorite places to sit is on the heater vent. She's a woman after my own heart, although I would draw the line at sitting on the monitor. That's just a little bit strange for a full grown woman, but I do so enjoy the heater vents.

Zzzzzzz....
Anyway, Uncle Bruce's play, Jake's Corner, was really pretty good with quite a bit of audience participation. Andrew even got hit on by one of the flappers (she wiggled her feather boa in his face while singing), who wasn't even scared off that his wife was sitting next to him holding his hand.

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  1. I'd like to point out that while you told Josie you hadn't noticed he picture of the cat on the monitor... you did comment on her myspace page with a "Nice slideshow"

    And how could you miss it??? Those cats are huge cats!

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  2. Yes, Yes...that was after she got upset with me for not looking at her page...

    See, I admitted to not seeing it last night...and then this morning I did go look at it.

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  3. Oh, and they're fluffy, not huge...except maybe Simba. He's pretty tough. The girls though, when they're wet, look like itty bitty rats.

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