Monday

Some People Are Born To Greatness

The girls have another production under their belts. Their class just finished their UIL competition with their version of Twelfth Night by Shakespeare. The actual competition was Saturday. However, today, the non-UIL cast performed for the school and the parents. While Lamb WAS part of the UIL, she had a non-speaking part. For the non-UIL cast, she was the narrator, Feste. I did not see her perform as Feste tonight though. A friend of hers was also Feste and tonight was the only night her parents would be able to see her in the part. Lamb graciously offered her the role for tonight's performance. No egos here. I am so proud of her for that, among so many other things. To thank her, the friend gave Lamb flowers.To quote Lamb: "And, yeah." The girls? Did amazing as always! They never fail to impress us; whether it be with Shakespeare-ian dialogue or not speaking at all. Superstars!

8 comments:

Bubba's Sis said...

Lamb's looking hot in that purple wig!

They are so awesome. I'm so proud of our girls!

Anonymous said...

Wish I was close by so I could see her perform!! Who knows...I may see her someday on the big screen!!
Keep up the good work, Lamb!
Auntie W

david mcmahon said...

Lamb's tales from Shakespeare!!

(Apologies to Charles and Mary Lamb)

D... said...

Oh My Golly! You have way too clever a wit, David!

coastie bro said...

great job but why did you not take a pic of Lamb in makeup and not her normal look?

Misty Dawn said...

Awwww - she is such an inspiring and special young lady!

Stacey said...

Lamb simply rocks on,D! You certainly have a lot to be proud of...heck even I'm smiling ear to ear! Well done, Lamb!

D...you certainly whooped it up over at my place tonight, are you dizzy from all the blogging you did? You are hilarious, I was tickled! xo

Stacey said...

PS--Don't let B/S get ahold of that purple wig, D. When I come down or you come up, I just know she'll wear it if she has it.