Saturday, November 10, 2007

All The World's A Stage

Daughter-Only's a performer from way back. She once burst into song in the library--she was four and we were looking through the videos and she saw Grease and she belted out half the first verse of Hopelessly Devoted before I could subdue her. Once, when she was about ten, she did an impromptu version of the Lollipop Guild part of the Munchkinland song from Wizard of Oz by the gas pumps at the mini mart. So I'm used to spontaneous performances--especially if she has any kind of audience.

Tonight's audience was her friend PH. And the poem went like this, "How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if my mom made us Rice Krispies treats?"

Jeez, even her "subtle" hints have to be performance pieces.

2 comments:

  1. Youngest Sister11/12/07, 1:34 PM

    I think her tendency to perform goes back even further than that. Do you remember when she used to wave from her stroller like some sort of beauty queen in the Thanksgiving Day parade??

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  2. Yeah, she did have the regal wave thing down at a pretty early age, huh?

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