As far as the game goes, my husband said it pretty well over at his new blog Empty Wooden Horses. I'm pretty much thinking about punching Ed Hochuli in the face. I know he's a good guy and all but he changed the outcome of a football game and possibly a play off chance. Only time will tell on the latter. And it was blatantly obvious. That's all I have to say about that. My husband says it better anyway.
Today we started rehearsing for the Children's Christmas Musical at church. I had written a letter to the parents explaining my background in theatre and the rehearsal schedule, etc. As a result, the following exchange occurred.
Kid: Hey, were you really an actor in college?
Kid: What kinds of plays were you in?
Kid: I mean, were you in Beauty and the Beast?
Me: No. I did...
Kid: But you were on Broadway and everything?
Me: (As I almost shoot milk out of my nose despite the fact that I'm not drinking anything) Uh. No. I've been to Broadway but I've never been on Broadway.
Kid: (clearly disappointed) Oh. So, then, what did you do, exactly?
Me: I acted in some plays in college and I did a lot of work behind the scenes of shows.
Kid: Like what shows were you in?
Me: Twelfth Night and Godspell. Oh and Hamlet, sort of. And I did backstage work on Into the Woods and Waiting for...
Kid: (Interrupting and dripping with disappointment) Huh. But you're sure you were never on Broadway?
Pretty sure, kid. Pretty sure.