I’m not sure if Haiku is the same singular and plural or not. I’ll have to check that out. I’m lumping two days together in this post.
Saturday was a lazy day. Sunday we visited a large contemporary church and then attended a Music of Munchkin’s concert at our local HS.
Our daughter is in the HS orchestra and this event is both outreach and fundraiser for them. Elementary and younger students come early to the concert and get to try playing all the different types of string instruments, make crafts, and have their face painted.
Then the orchestra plays a 30 minutes concert complete with skits and a car chase! The theme was The Great Mouse Detectives. Believe it or not, the plot started with a couple of thieves stealing a Stradivarius! Several detectives (twists on famous movie and TV characters) worked on the case.
The orchestra played many of the detective’s theme songs — Pink Panther, James Bond, Maxwell Smart, Mission Impossible, Scooby Do and more! It was great fun, and the young ones were thrilled. The older students put on a great show. At one point the little guy sitting in the row in front of me was bouncing up and down — turned to his Dad and said, “I LOVE this!”
The “Strad” was found, and the car chase consisted of the actors and children running up and down the aisles of the auditorium with cardboard steering wheels.
Saturday, February 8
Slug mode. Time slips by.
One of “those” days: nothing’s done.
Sleep, laundry, dishes,
Blogging, cooking, phone calls, read.
Watch the Olympics!
Sunday, February 9
Sunlight streams in
Illuminating stained glass.
Strong voices sing Praise!
Music for Munchkins.
Young ones whiskered and mouse-eared —
Jazzed on Orchestra!