Sunday, January 25, 2015

Enchanted by Disenchanted

Quiet Sunday afternoon...much different than New Year's. The few days afterwards were a blur as I threw together clothes in order to move back in with my uncle to start my first big kid job as an E-Resources Assistant. Not too shabby for a girl right out of college.

Tree performing an acoustic show with his band
And I cracked the second screen on my iPhone 6 by dropping it onto a carpeted surface, but that's not the real highlight of the past few weeks.

Troëgs Date!
Tree and I also finally went through the Troëgs Brewery Tour so I was one happy lady with her smooth microbrewed ales.

Last week was not quite so quiet. Do you enjoy sassy princesses who don't need a man and question the silly scenarios in which they had been placed? Disenchanted aims to do just that - honestly, go see it. ASAP.

A day in NYC, albeit a tad nippy noodles. The sun was shining and the city holds a little bit of magic about it. Perhaps because I do not live there, I see it in a different light than one who is constantly surrounding by the unpleasantries, which every town and city is bound to have.

Due to popular demand, tickets have only increased as it was moved to an even larger stage. However, you can still purchase tickets here. >shameless plug<

Don Frantz
Much to my delight, before the show, I was able to spend some time with a dear acquaintance, the producer of the show, Don Frantz. A fellow LVC grad and the creator of both the Amazing Maize Maze and the Spring Arts Festival, now dubbed ValleyFest, of which I'm President this year, it would be an understatement if I didn't say I have admiration for this incredible man!

Speaking of ValleyFest....that's coming up soon *wink wink* *nudge nudge*
Tickets are still available ;)

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