Gotta Dance!



We're spending this fine President's Day lazing around the house, eating blueberry muffins with streusel topping.  Then this afternoon, I take the girls to the doctor for the check-ups.  Yep, I scheduled their appointments on a day I knew they'd be off.  Mean mommy!  Good thing they have tomorrow off, too.  (Teacher's inservice for Big Sis, no school on Tuesdays or Thursdays for Little Sis.)

The end of this week will see us in Topeka for the Kansas Silent Film Festival.  I thought today I'd share with you a few favorite moments from the talkies, though.  Not just talkies, but MUSICALS!  I was hoping to share a clip from Holiday Inn - Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds dancing to "I Can't Tell A Lie" at 0:57:30 - but no one has posted a decent clip on YouTube.  I found so many other dancing moments I love instead!  So enjoy!












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  1. What a wonderful picture! I'm glad you got to spend the day relaxing... us too... but now I must get up off my butt and make dinner. Oh well. So... how is your play going??? I've been wondering.

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    1. It was a one weekend show, and we closed yesterday with a nearly sold-out performance! It was a pretty amazing run. Every night, some of the real-life women we were portraying were in the audience, and apparently, we did them justice. (Thank goodness!) Now I'm desperate to catch up on sleep, while I wait to hear if I've been cast in The Cherry Orchard. :o)

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  2. LOVE THIS PIC!!!

    our day was blah. julia is sick with 101-102 fever. Le bummer.

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    1. Aww, I'm sorry. This year has to have been one of the worst for stupid sicknesses! Poor Julia. Hope she feels better soon!

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  3. thank you for the lovely clips and what a wonderful wonderful picture of your cute little ballerina!

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