If Kristine keeps up with the Stuff Portrait Fridays, my house could actually get clean. This week I’ll be sprucing up the fridge and the closet, getting ready for their close-ups. In case you haven’t seen, this week is : your religious symbols (pictures, statues, etc.; I’m sure the term “religious” can be interpreted VERY broadly ; your fridge, inside and out; and your purse and/or shoe collection.
Help me out. We have 3 tickets, 3 tremendously expensive tickets (to us) to The Lion King. They were purchased last Fall. We learned a couple of weeks ago that LG’s school chorus concert is on the night of the performance for which we have those tickets. At least 2, possibly 3 of us have wanted to see The Lion King musical for years. Last week I learn that the choral performance is “mandatory” and the class grade will be based on performance at that, well, performance. LG is in 3rd grade. An “F” in chorus will not look pretty, but it will not follow her all the way through her acceptance of the Nobel Prize. On the other hand, following through to the performance part of a class like that is important. Making sacrifices is important.
What do you think, blogfriends?
This is a story Jif told me from his work day: He sells direct marketing, direct mail advertising. He was talking to a potential new customer on the telephone for quite some time, explaining all of his company’s services. After a while he mentions a particular option that they offer, and all of a sudden the lady says, “Well, that’s interesting! That’s the first thing you’ve said that’s of any value.” He cracked up, and the lady got all embarrassed.
Wouldn’t you just love to say that sometimes, I mean, you know, if you were totally lacking in manners, tact, and the like? He ended the call on good terms, probably having made a sale, because he’s amazing like that, and promised the lady he’d never call her just to chat.
Oh! Did y’all see? Leta walked this week! If that doesn’t make a Dooceketeer smile, I don’t know what will.