I’m back in my hometown this weekend to celebrate my brother’s 40th birthday. I figured that one was kind of an important one. He’s pretty relaxed about the whole thing. We all figured he’d be wanting to go on a drunken adventure, but he’s saving that for the work golf tournament next weekend.
Anyway, most of the friends I hang out with when I come to town have all flown the coup.
My brother managed to get through torrential downpour to get me a ticket for the finale of Big Fish performed by TOROS. This group is called Theatre Out Reach On Stage and I was part of them back when I was in high school. Most of the actors are high school students. They do musicals. The music is also mainly played by high school students. They practice nearly every evening for about two months and put on a spectacular performance in August.
I usually miss when it’s happening. I haven’t seen a TOROS production for about a decade, so I’m excited!
Hopefully, the weather calms down as parts of my hometown have seen some canoeing-in-the-street level flooding. Luckily my parent’s house is not in that area of town.
I wonder if I can get a run in before more rain hits…
Guid cheerio the nou,