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4th Jan 2009, 17:32   | tags:,


nige says:


4th Jan 2009, 17:35

Dazzle_Dust says:

Thanks! I'm taking her to see Phantom of The Opera for Christmas but wanted something for her to open so I wrote the invitation in the mask. Unfortunately this meant she had black ink on her face most the night!! But the point was made!! :)

4th Jan 2009, 17:37

nige says:

That's such a great idea though. Better than opening up a boring old pair of tickets.

4th Jan 2009, 17:40

Dazzle_Dust says:

Yah. And plus haven't brought them yet...she maybe young but she's hard to book!!!

4th Jan 2009, 17:41

nige says:


4th Jan 2009, 17:41

Twiglet says:

Let me be
your shelter,
let me
be your light.
You're safe:
No-one will find you
your fears are
far behind you . . .

From *All I ask of you*

Well my dears! You should've seen her this afternoon. We went to a Shakespeare themed party hosted by BS's half a sister and Wraith. I was Cleopatra, BS was Banquo's ghost and DD was a witch from the Scottish play!

4th Jan 2009, 19:29

nige says:

Oh my days!

4th Jan 2009, 23:56

Dazzle_Dust says:

Haha those are picture I want to see!

5th Jan 2009, 10:24

Javama says:

I am sure she will enjoy Phantom - boy does it open with a bang! I am a terrible cry baby and embarrass myself when anything gets a bit sad. I don't just shed the odd tear, I go for full scale sobbing. It is a dreadful affliction. Twiglet's party sounds great by the way.

8th Jan 2009, 18:03

Twiglet says:

The Divine daughter is going to see Les Miserables on Saturday with her Space grandparents. (BS and I haven't been invited so no doubt we will be tied to a lamp post outside like a pair of dogs...) Anyway, having no real knowledge of this musical production DD and I watched the DVD so that she would know what's going on. I had hoped it would be a tad less miserable than the book or the non musical film...But alas, I was feeling suicidal after just three quarters of an hour. I admit the songs and the singing are fabulous but really! Couldn't they have taken her to the panto like normal grand parents....

8th Jan 2009, 19:35

Dazzle_Dust says:

I'll cheer her up with a maniac stalker/groomer who lives underground while spying on what at one point was an underage girl!
Hopefully she will enjoy the singing!

9th Jan 2009, 08:45