It was a full weekend for Wendy and me. Saturday was the beginning of auditions for our community theater’s production of Annie. Wendy is Assistant Director (that’s her in blue in the above picture standing with the show’s director), so we were at the community center early. Saturday’s audition was just for young girls, and the place was packed with them. There were almost 60 who auditioned for the role of Annie and/or her fellow orphans. It was 1:00 before auditions ended and then we went with the production crew to grab lunch and help the director weed through all of the audition forms.
I’m thinking about auditioning for the show. Auditions are tonight.
By the time we got home, we only had a couple of hours until the community theater’s annual awards dinner. As President of the group, I get to be MC of the annual event. So we cleaned up quick, got dressed up and headed to the dinner. It was late before we got home.
Madison came home this weekend, but Sunday morning was the first we really saw of her. She went to church with us and then Taylor and Clayton joined us for brunch. It was nice to have the whole family together. It’s going to be more and more rare as time goes on.
After a little nap while watching the Cubs lose, Wendy and I said good-bye to Madison. We got some work done in preparation for the week and did some scheduling for the fall and winter.
On to a new week.