Heading To California From New Hampshire
We are getting excited
Weather Report 7:00 AM December 9th.....
Time To Celebrate At Panda Palace
Jon has been going here for years.
Paper wrapped chicken, duh!! Where is Zachary???
The visiting begins
Over the teeth and through the gums, look out tummy here it comes!!
Frank remembers Jon from years gone bye....
The Kids Rest... We Went To Our Church Christmas Musical
The church was almost full.... Vicky and Del joined us...
You had to stand up for some of the songs because you just had to move!!
Standing ovation for the choir, childrens choir and the bell ringers and musicians
The sun was setting.... Time to get the kids and head out again
Dinner Theater And "A Song For Christmas"
Did You Know? - The Tustin Theatre was built in 1959 and was the first and only movie theatre in Tustin for many years. It was owned by Saul Mahler until 1976. He had previously been involved in the movie theatre business in the Los Angeles area with many of the well known theatre owners of the 30s and 40s.
In 1978 a group of producers raised capital from local business owners to remodel the building and covert it into a dinner theatre. The construction took about a year. The newly opened Cabaret Theatre was presented innovative and captivating performances of all the loved musicals for all ages for the local audiences for several years. In 1980 the Curtain Call group assumed the reins of the theatre and ran it successfully for approximately 25 years.
A SONG FOR CHRISTMAS is a heart-warming yuletide musical about Anthony, a young boy who discovers he has a gift for playing the piano. He grows up and becomes a successful songwriter living his dream of fame and fortune —but at what cost? Anthony discovers his life is empty and longs for his family and true love, Julie, who he left behind years before. Can the music of the holiday season, specifically a “Christmas song” help him rediscover what is most important in life? The answer will be revealed in this feel-good, perfect for the entire family musical filled with original soulful ballads and rockin’ upbeat numbers that inspire holiday cheer.
The carolers were entertaining
Did You Know? - The word carol is derived from the Old French word carole, a circle dance accompanied by singers (in turn derived from the Latin choraula). Carols were very popular as dance songs from the 1150s to the 1350s, after which their use expanded as processional songs sung during festivals, while others were written to accompany religious mystery plays (such as the Coventry Carol, written before 1534).
They came up on stage during dinner....
Jon has really grown up... Eating healthy.... Including "green foods"
He made the pasta disappear
The ladies had the best seats in the house.... Next to us!!
There was a ten piece orchestra accompanying the show
We were right up front
We Headed For Home
We turned on the tree to warm up the house
The animals were all asleep.... Including Flower
A cocktail and a little more visiting....
Champagne and iPad time
Jon checked the news