If I make a Throwback Thursday Post a day late, that just means I am throwing back by one more day. Another thing one may judge me on: I am not going to worry about sharing pictures I have shared before. For one reason (some may call it a rationalization, but I decline to enter into any such argument), some readers may not have seen the particular pictures I choose or they may enjoy seeing them again.
What a long introduction. Perhaps I should go back to writing my blog posts in advance and doing a little more editing. For right now, I’d better make with the pictures.
Here is a throwback to 2012 and the Ilion Little Theatre production of Harvey. I played Veda. My husband, Steven, was Dr. Chumley. How I loved being on stage with my husband!
Here we are on stage together again, in Splitting Issues, again at Ilion Little Theatre. I forget the year and am too lazy to look it up.
I was actually looking for a different murder mystery picture, but this is a great theatre memory, A G.R.A.V.E. Murder, presented at Mohawk American Legion to benefit Herkimer County Historical Society. That reminds me, I’d better get writing on my upcoming productions. Off to make more memories!
They sure were! I need to get back on stage!